'Only thing keeping me going is seeing Aitch - hopefully he'll see me and we'll get married': Heartbreaking final tweet of murdered Keeley Bunker, 20, who vanished on night she went to see rapper before her family found her body in a stream near her home
- Emergency services called to Roman Way, near Wigginton Park, in Tamworth
- She had been going to Birmingham to see rapper Aitch perform on Wednesday
- Body of a woman, 20, found in the water and man, 19, was arrested last night
- Victim named locally as Keeley Bunker, 20, who went missing yesterday at 4am
- She wrote in September 16 tweet: 'Only thing keeping me going is seeing aitch on Wednesday
The body of a 20-year-old woman was found in a stream after she sent a final tweet about her excitement at seeing rapper Aitch in concert.
The victim has been named locally as Keeley Bunker, 20, who was reported missing in Tamworth at 4am yesterday morning.
Keeley had been on her way to see rapper Aitch, who had been performing in Birmingham on Wednesday night.
Police and paramedics were called to Roman Way outside Staffordshire town's Wigginton Park after a body was found in the water at 9pm last night and the victim was confirmed dead at the scene bu paramedics.
The body was discovered by a relative after her family had spent hours frantically searching for her.
Keeley was set to go to the concert on Wednesday evening but never made it home. She had previously posted on social media that she was going to see the artist.
Last week she wrote: 'Only thing keeping me going is seeing aitch on Wednesday, hopefully he'll see me and we'll get married.'
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Keeley Bunker, 20, has been named locally as the woman found dead in a stream in Tamworth
Keeley had posted the above tweet on September 16 where she said the only thing keeping her going was the concert
Floral tributes lay at the bottom of a tree today with pink flowers and bows attached as many expressed there sadness as Keeley's death
Today forensic officers were pictured at the seen preparing to investigate in Tamworth
Police officers were seen liaising with forensic officers today after a 19-year-old was remanded in custody
Aitch played at the O2 Institute2 in Birmingham on Wednesday evening. The rapper is currently on a tour of the UK and will play in Manchester tonight.
Today one relative, who asked not to be named revealed that the family had assembled a search team and had spent hours looking for Keeley before one of them discovered her body by torchlight in the stream in the 45 acre park.
The source said the family started the search when a member of the public found Miss Bunker's black handbag in Wigginton Park on Thursday afternoon.
They added: 'It has torn the family apart.
'Keeley had just gone on a night out, she was so excited about seeing Aitch and nobody thought they would never see her again.
'The family had spent all day looking for her and when it got dark, her uncle came round to my house asking if we had any torches for them to use to search the park. He looked absolutely broken.
'They all went out to look for her and it was one of the family who actually found the body. It's beyond heart-breaking and I don't think they will ever get over this.'
They added: 'Keeley was such a lovely girl, everyone loved her and I just can't believe she has gone.
'I saw her on Wednesday night in McDonalds before she went out, she was laughing and seemed really happy. When she hadn't come home on Thursday her mum obviously raised the alarm.'
An appeal was shared by friends on Twitter and Facebook saying she was last seen in Leyfields, Tamworth, around a mile from where she was reportedly found.
Staffordshire Police said a 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.
Miss Bunker's cousin Sian Phillips said tonight: 'We are all broken.'
The locator map above shows where Keeley was found near Wigginton Park, in relation to where she went missing
One tribute (above) read: 'I am going to miss you so so so much! Your laugh, your smiley face'
Friends and family have Keeley fear that she is the woman found dead in the park
One resident, who did not want to be named, said: 'It looks as if her body was left in the stream next to some hedges.
'It's really frightening that something like this can happen on your doorstep.
'This park is popular with families and children.'
An area of the park where the body was found has been cordoned off and forensic officers were also seen arriving at the scene today.
Keeley had been on her way to watch rapper Aitch (pictured above) perform in Birmingham on the night she disappeared
Officers were called to Wiggington Park, Tamworth, to reports of a body in the water
Police have held a man, also 19, at the scene and he is being questioned by detectives
Grieving friends laid flowers at the park this afternoon and penned heartfelt messages.
One bouquet read: 'Keely, sending you all my love, you will be missed by all. Rest well x.'
Another said: 'Keeley, I am going to miss you so so so much. Your laugh, smiley face and through and through beautiful soul.
'You are going to be missed by everyone lucky enough to have ever met you.
'Miss you already so much, until we meet again, sleep tight.'
One resident, who did not wish to be named today said: 'It looks as if her body was left in the stream next to some hedges. The area is all cordoned off now.
Police guard an area of Tamworth where a 20-year-old woman's body was discovered in a stream
'Its really frightening that something like this can happen on your door step. This park is popular with families and children, so its really worrying..'
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: 'We were called by Staffordshire Police to reports of a patient in the water near to Edgar Close, Tamworth at 9.10pm last night.
'Two ambulances and a paramedic officer were sent to the scene.
'On arrival we discovered one patient, a woman.
'Sadly, it quickly became apparent nothing could be done to save the woman and she was confirmed dead at the scene.'
A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: ‘We were alerted to the discovery of a woman’s body in woodland near to Roman Way, Tamworth.
‘Whilst formal identification is yet to take place we now believe the woman to be Keeley Bunker.
‘Her death is unexplained at this time and a Home Office post-mortem is due to take place.
‘We have cordoned off three areas for forensic examination as work continues to understand the circumstances around the woman’s death.
‘We would politely request that people refrain from speculating as to the circumstances of the woman’s death as we continue to investigate.
‘We have increased the police presence in the area.’
Miss Bunker’s family were last night being supported by specially-trained police officers.
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