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Family of couple whose grave was dug up by ex-Royal Marine Wayne Joselyn slam his 15-month sentence


Family of ‘loving, sweet’ couple whose grave was dug up by drug addict ex-Royal Marine searching for firearms and jewellery pay tribute to the pair – and slam his 15-month sentence

The family of a ‘really loving’ couple whose grave was dug up by a drug addict ex-Royal Marine looking for cash have paid tribute to them after he was sentenced.

Kell and Maud Goodwin’s resting place was dug up by Wayne Joselyn, 43, in April last year after he heard a ‘bizarre rumour’ that a plot at the cemetery contained money.

The couple had been buried together since 1984 when Maud died at the age of 78 and was buried next to Kell, who passed away when he was 80 in 1982.

But on May 2, a member of the public who visited the cemetery to tend to their own relative’s plot was left…



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