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Mystery of how missing Brit hiker Esther Dingley's skull was found at foot of mountain

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Daily Star's biggest headlines straight to your inbox!Detectives probing the death of a British hiker have said they cannot rule out foul play after her skull was found in the Pyrenees.Missing adventurer, Esther Dingley’s partner Dan Cole­gate and mum Ria Bryant are said to have “many questions” after DNA tests this week showed the skull belonged to her.The 37-year-old, from Durham, vanished on a solo mountain trek eight months ago.

Her kit and the rest of her remains have still not been found, Mirror reports.Drones and foot patrols scoured the area on Saturday (July 31) for clues as police continue working to uncover whether Esther died by accident or foul play.Authorities have yet to find Esther’s yellow tent and her red and grey.

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