Date: 26 Jun 1930
Place: Walsall, Staffordshire
Olive May Teece was found dead in a canal.
She had a wound about two inches long that penetrated down to the bone at the back of her left ear. A pathologist said that he was certain that the wound had been made before she had entered the water.
Olive Teece was a fancy leather-worker and lived in Alma Street in Walsall.
She was last seen on the night of 26 June 1930 and found in the canal the following Sunday.
see Aberdeen Press and Journal - Wednesday 09 July 1930