Murdered Eastender Gemma’s arm found
AN arm thought to belong to dead Eastenders star Gemma Mccluskie, whose headless torso was found in a canal, has been discovered in the same stretch of water.
The limb was spotted by a British Waterways employee two weeks after the 29-year-old’s mutilated body was recovered in east London.
Divers have been searching Regent’s Canal to try and find her other missing body parts.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “Officers recovered the limb close to the Broadway Market stretch of the canal.
“We await further tests to determine identity, but at this stage it is believed to be connected to the murder of Gemma.”
The actress was last seen returning to her home in Hackney, that she shared with her brother, Tony, who is accused of her murder.
Gemma played Kerry Skinner in the BBC1 soap in 2001.