- Lincolnshire Police have launched a murder inquiry after a woman from Boston went missing
Two men have been arrested by Lincolnshire Police after a missing inquiry has turned into a murder investigation.
Lincolnshire Police launched an appeal as previously reported by Lincolnshire News & Lifestyle into the disappearance of a 27-year-old Boston Woman. After an investigation, Police now believe the woman has been murdered and have arrested the two men in connection to their investigation.
Ilona Golabek has not been since November 9. She was last seen in the Wilde Bargate and Red Lion Street area of Boston. According to Lincolnshire Police, Ilona Golabek was last seen heading towards the Cattle Market at 12.13am on November 10.
She was last seen wearing three-quarter length black leggings and an oversized hooded sweatshirt with a yellow triangle pattern across the chest.
Although no body has been found, Lincolnshire Police have launched a murder enquiry.
Detective Chief Inspector Richard Myszczyszyn, of East Midlands Special Operations Unit, said: “We are appealing to the people who were out in Boston around midnight on the 9 / 10 November.
Police are asking people to check their dash cams if there were in the area to see if they have any images of Ilona Golabek.
They are asking people who have any information to come forward by contacting them on 101 quoting incident 200 of November 11.