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Human SKULL washed up on a beach believed to belong to man who vanished two years ago after breaking up with a Bandidos bikie gang leader's daughter
- Human skull found on Geelong beach believed to belong to Paul Kingsbury
- Kingsbury disappeared over two years ago and is believed murdered
- Before disappearance he ended relationship with daughter of Bandidos bikie
Police believe a human skull found washed up on a Victorian beach eight months ago could belong to missing man Paul Kingsbury.
Kingsbury, who disappeared two years ago and is believed murdered, is the main focus of the skull investigation, the Geelong Advertiser was told by police.
Before his disappearance Kingsbury had assault and criminal damage convictions against his name and had ended a long-term relationship with the daughter of the Geelong Bandidos bikie gang leader.
Police believe a human skull found washed up on a Victorian beach eight months ago could belong to missing man Paul Kingsbury (pictured)
The skull was found by a fisherman near Lascelles Wharf in North Shore on June 14 last year (Aerial view of where police searched in 2016)
Kingsbury was last seen at a home in Moolap, Geelong.
Two men, John Nelis and another man, were arrested over his kidnapping but the charges were later dropped.
Forensic investigators have had the skull for eight months, sparking fears that there is no usable DNA of Kingsbury that could lead to solving the case.
Homicide Squad Detectives said inquiries were continuing.
'It's an ongoing investigation. There is nothing new,' Senior-Constable Michael Cashman said.
The skull was found by a fisherman near Lascelles Wharf in North Shore on June 14 last year.
Kingsbury (pictured) was last seen at a home in Moolap, Geelong
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