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He recalls the time being around 7.20pm, after he had just left his grandmother’s house to go home in Longlevens.
Mr Watkins said: ‘I saw this girl on the other side of the road and she had a bag. It was reasonably well lit but very dark.
‘It had just started to snow, not heavily but it was snowing. So you get the flurries of snow going across.’
Officers dismantled the cellar’s fireplace and cleared the basement of rubbish, picture frames and menus with an archaeologist also brought in to help with the search for human remains
The Gloucester man remarked that the girl looked like she had hurried to the bus stop.
It is believed Mary was at the stop on the way to visit her boyfriend.
Mr Watkins went on to say a grey Standard Atlas van pulled up beside her bus stop, although admitted that artificial lighting could have changed his perception of the colour of the vehicle.
What happened to Mary Bastholm? Anguish of decades long search for missing teenager – whose locket was found in Fred and Rose West’s House of Horrors
Mary Bastholm vanished aged 15 from a bus stop on Bristol Road in Gloucester, on January 6, 1968.
The teen had been waiting to catch a bus to meet her boyfriend in Hardwicke, Stroud, after a shift at a nearby Pop-In café in Southgate Street.
The 15-year-old’s body has never been found but it is believed that Miss Bastholm was murdered by Fred West, after it was reported he had admitted the murder while on remand in prison before he killed himself in January 1995.
Both of Mary’s parents, Doreen and Christian Bastholm, died before they could learn the truth behind what may have happened to their missing daughter.
In 1970 Mrs Bastholm told ATV: ‘Well, she came home about half past six, and had her tea, and sat in this corner, where I’m sitting and enjoyed the Bernie Winter show.