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Last refreshed at 16:25 19 July 2007
A angler companion of two siblings who kicked the bucket at the point when their watercraft sank in the North Ocean more at that point two-and-a-half a long time back has gotten a little piece of skull bone having a place to one of the missing men.

Brothers Brian Allison what’s more, Robert Sanctuary went missing in November 2004 at the point when their vessel, the Jann Denise II, sank off the North East drift close Tynemouth.
The destruction of their vessel was found yet in spite of a huge seek no follow was ever found of the two fishermen.
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Last December, a fishermen, a companion of the two men, gotten a little piece of noggin bone in his catch.
Carbon dating what’s more, legal testing has presently affirmed it had a place to 27-year-old Brian Allison, of Fencehouses, close Sunderland.
His mother, Roseann Allison, was given the news on Tuesday, on what would have been Robert’s 37th birthday.
She said it brought back the terrible recollections of that game changing day be that as it may trusts it will give the family a few closure.
She said: “A angler found a bone in his net what’s more, it had been sent away for tests which took a long time.
“They have as it were just found out it was Brian.
“I was stunned to hear Brian had been found but, at the same time, it felt like a pleasant shock. It felt like Brian had come home on Robert’s birthday.
“We trust this will give us a few conclusion what’s more, we design to have a memorial service benefit for Brian once all the informal work is complete.
“It will give everybody a shot to say goodbye.”
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A Northumbria Police representative said: “A fisherman, a companion of the two missing brothers, had gone out in the North Sea, around four or, then again five miles out from the Tynemouth coast.
“He took his get in to North Shields where he found a bone in his nets.
“We sent it to a pathologist what’s more, it was affirmed the bone was human what’s more, recognized as part of a cranium.
“After that it was sent for carbon dating what’s more, measurable tests where it was affirmed it had a place to Mr Allison.
“The family were advised of the revelation on the 37th birthday of Robert, who is still missing.”

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