Third-year-student’s kinship briefed that a remains were found off Edgbaston Park Road. The dead body of a third-year college from the University of Birmingham, Joseph Derbisz, used to be police found on Monday more then the 24 hours after he went into hiding following a night out. Derbisz was also seen at the University of Birmingham’s Fab’ n ‘Fresh group around at 3.30am on Sunday morning. Premature on Monday the university issued a statement affirming a skin was already did find by West Midlands Police.
We are completely devastated to find out about the death of Joe. Our ideas are still with Joe’s friends and family just at this trying situation. We seem to be doing everything we can to help Joe’s friendship, or the broad students and employees public, “the university said. Police had launched an investigation after the mechanical engineering student went missing after a Saturday night out with friends. His phone was tracked to a house on Croydon Road, Selly Oak, on Saturday morning at 10.39am, local reports said, before the battery appeared to have run out. Shortly after mid-day on Monday, Derbisz’s remains were found off Edgbaston Park Road. Reveals said that the body had been found near a car park and this is often for use as a quick fix by colleges.