Le frère de Keith Bennett, victime des Moors Murderers, craint que les fouilles ne soient au mauvais endroit

MOORS Murderers victim Keith Bennett’s brother fears police are digging for his body in the wrong place.

A child’s skull was said to have been found on Thursday near where the serial killers’ other victims were discovered.

Keith Bennett's brother Alan is worried cops are digging in the wrong location for his remains

Keith Bennett’s brother Alan is worried cops are digging in the wrong location for his remainsCrédit: Pennsylvanie:Association de presse
Police are continuing the search after having to briefly pause it due to weather conditions

Police are continuing the search after having to briefly pause it due to weather conditionsCrédit: Pennsylvanie

But cops have yet to find Keith’s remains and Alan Bennett, who has campaigned for decades for answers, said he fears his brother was not buried there.

The forensic search on Saddleworth Moor, near Manchester, resumed yesterday after it had to be halted on Friday when winds reached 60mph.

Keith, 12, was snatched by Myra Hindley et Ian Brady — who killed five kids in the 1960s — as he walked to his grandma’s house.

He is the only victim not found.

Alan, 66, wrote on Facebook: “In my last contact, I was told nothing had been found on the moor and they are about 3ft down with the excavation.

“Apart from believing this is the wrong location for Keith and all the previous graves have been shallow, Pourquoi, if the police were taken to the location, has nothing been discovered?"

The dig began after amateur sleuth Russell Edwards said he had found an upper jaw.

A geologist said soil analysis had revealed signs of buried bones.

Sick Brady never revealed where he buried Keith Bennett's body

Sick Brady never revealed where he buried Keith Bennett’s bodyCrédit: Pennsylvanie:Association de presse
Evil Myra Hindley died in jail in 2002

Evil Myra Hindley died in jail in 2002Crédit: Pennsylvanie:Association de presse