Memorial petition for Bobbi-Anne
The Herald|December 08, 2021
FRIEND'S QUEST FOR BUS STOP TRIBUTE
STUART ABEL

A FRIEND of the teenager found dead after vanishing from her Plymouth home has set up an appeal for a permanent tribute in her memory.

Close friend and neighbour Amanda Isaacs wants a memorial for 18-year-old Bobbi-Anne McLeod.

She has set up a petition to call on Plymouth City Council for a site in Leigham - where she disappeared on November 20.

Bobbi-Anne's body was found in Bovisand three days later.

Cody Ackland, aged 24, was arrested that same day and has since appeared in court charged with her murder.

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