British and Greek police teams digging an olive grove on the island of Kos discovered pieces of light coloured fabric. 21-month-old Ben Needham was wearing a white T-shirt when he went missing on the island of Kos in July 1991.
According to Daily Mail, Ben was wearing a white buttoned T-shirt with a green motif and brown leather sanders with a buckle when he vanished. He was not wearing any shorts as he had wet them earlier in the day and his grandmother had hung them on a tree to dry.
Police has started a fresh excavation to find the toddler’s remains. They are
digging a plot of land, an olive grove behind the farm house the family was staying in.
So far dozens of bones have been found and they obviously belong to animals.
The pieces of fabric found will be sent off for forensic testing.
Detective Inspector Jon Cousins, who is leading the new search, said the pieces of fabric – one of which was six inches square – were of ‘slight interest’.
Ben’s mother Kerry Needham is angered by witness who took 25 years to come forward.
Full story: Daily Mail