Gboyega Odubanjo: Police following several leads in missing poet’s case

A poet who disappeared during a music event has prompted various lines of inquiry from police.

Gboyega Odubanjo, a poet from Bromley, was last seen at the Shambala music festival in Kelmarsh, Northants, at around 4 a.m. on Saturday.

The hunt for Mr. Odudanjo on Thursday resulted in the discovery of a body by the police.
It’s been described as a “fast-paced and complex” investigation by police.
However, authorities are not looking into the death further.

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During their hunt for a missing 27-year-old male from Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire Police were forced to make the following statement: “A body has sadly been found.”The discovery was uncovered by police officers conducting a targeted search of the area on Thursday, August 31 at around 8:50 a.m.

The individual was reported missing on August 27 and his last known location was the Shambala event the morning before.While the individual has not yet been formally identified, his family has been notified and is receiving assistance from highly trained officers.”No suspicious circumstances were found to contribute to the death,”

“Making a discovery of this nature is never easy for the families and friends of the missing person or those involved in the search,” said Det. Chief Insp. Johnny Campbell. Nonetheless, we are still actively investigating the circumstances surrounding this incident, and the family would benefit neither from nor be aided by speculation.

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