Puzzling message posted on bench linked to womans disappearance 32 years ago

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A strange message left on a bench has been linked to the disappearance of Trevaline Evans, who has been missing for 32 years.

The antiques dealer has been missing for more than three decades but a recent note left on a bench has puzzled those who found it, where the anonymous writer accuses people of moving the remains of Evans.

A mysterious message was found on a bench 30 miles from her hometown of Llangollen, Wales, near the remains of a 200-year-old miner's cottage.

The inscription was scrawled on a plaque and is remarkably similar to a message found the year before on another bench.

A puzzling note left on the plaque read: "Justice awaits those responsible for the removal and disposal of Trevaline Evans (in this life or next) from Rhuddlan Golf Club on March 19, 2019 at noon. May the Lord have mercy upon their soul."

The year previous, a bench on Prestatyn to Dyserth walkway had a note that read: "In memory of Trevaline Evans Vanished 16/6/1990. Found – Rhuddlan GC (Golf Club) 14/3/2019 Removed 19/3/2019 RIP."

Evans, 52, went missing on June 16, 1990 when she put a note in the window saying "Back in 10 minutes," with her last confirmed sighting a mere two hours later near her home in Market Street.

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Her car was left near the shop and no money was ever taken from her account, with Evans working at the bungalow she and husband Richard were planning to retire into when she disappeared.

Richard had been arrested following the disappearance but was released without charge, he died in 2015.

North Wales Police, acting on information given to them by Andrew and Lee Sutton, dug up the bar at Rhuddlan Golf Club but nothing was found.

Lee, a carpenter, has been to visit the bench again and said: "It's very strange. I don't know who would do it and why they would choose to put it there."

He added he had been told a midnight vigil had been held just before Christmas near to the bench.

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