A true case of highway terror happened in Scotland just before Christmas when a woman’s body was found “Eaten by foxes” after he got out of his car when it broke down on the side of the road.
The 55-year-old woman has not yet been fully identified but it was learned that his car broke down, causing him to drive away from it while he waited for assistance services.
According to the police, the woman’s body was found in Monkton, Ayrshire, Scotland, and their reports state that “The wildlife had partially eaten it up.”
His car is believed to have broken down on the rural highway in mid-December and he called for roadside assistance. The woman, from the Airdrie area, then he took a walk while he waited for them to reach the nearby fields.
On December 18 his car was found and a missing persons investigation was launched. The next day, Police located his body using sniffer dogs near the place where the car was found.
The cops believe that a fox or badger may be responsible for the mutilation and death is not treated as suspicious.
“She had called the helpdesks to try to get them to come help. But instead of waiting inside the vehicle, he got out and drove away, through the fields. Then he died while walking the fields ”, said a source quoted by The Daily Record.
For its part, a Scottish Police spokesman specified that around 11:20 p.m. on Saturday, December 18 “Police were called in to report a possible abandoned Citroen car found on an unclassified road near Monkton.”
Neither the officers who attended nor the initial investigations were able to trace the registered driver and the officers began a missing persons investigation.
“At around 4:55 pm on Sunday, December 19, officers searching for the missing 55-year-old woman found a body in a field about a mile from where the car was discovered.”, highlights the spokesperson.
“The death is not being treated as suspicious and a report was presented to the Public Prosecutor,” he concluded.