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Ex-Royal Marine dug into the grave of a married couple in bid to find ‘jewellery and guns’ 


A former Royal Marine, who may have been seeking to find jewellery and firearms to fund an addiction to Class-A drugs, dug into the grave of a married couple who had been laid to rest together.

Wayne Joselyn, 43, dug into the grave shared by Maud Goodwin and her husband, Kell, in the Carlton Cemetary, in Barnsley, one night in April last year. 

The Yorshire Post reported Joselyn had served in the Royal Marines, and already serving a four-year prison sentence imposed for burglary by the same court last September, and has now had another 15 months added to his jail term.

In May, a member of the public who was at the cemetery visiting their own relative was horrified to find the shared grave of the Goodwins had been disturbed. 

Wayne Joselyn, 43, dug into the grave shared by Maud Goodwin and her husband, Kell, in the Carlton Cemetary, in Barnsley, one night in April last year

Wayne Joselyn, 43, dug into the grave shared by Maud Goodwin and her husband, Kell, in the Carlton Cemetary, in Barnsley, one night in April last year

Investigating officers were led to determine whether or not any of the skeletal remain had been…



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