Skeletal remains of a woman have been found buried in Ireland, solving a six-year-long mystery.
Irish police investigating the disappearance of Ms Satchwell found skeletal remains at the home in Youghal, Co Cork earlier this week.
A man in his 50s was arrested following the discovery.
Ms Satchwell, originally from Fermoy, was 45 when last seen alive, and has been missing from her home in Youghal since March 2017.
Police launched a major search operation at a house and surrounding grounds on Tuesday.
And it was late on Wednesday that the human remains were discovered, the Irish police service, An Garda Siochana has said.
The remains were removed on Thursday and transported to Cork University Hospital for further examination, including a DNA analysis.
A man in his 50s was arrested on suspicion of murder on Tuesday and released without charge on Wednesday.
Gardai then said a man in his 50s was arrested on suspicion of murder on Thursday after the discovery of human remains.
He is currently being held at County Cork Garda station.
Alongside the search at the home in Youghal, gardai confirmed a second search was carried out at a location between Youghal and Killeagh in County Cork.
The search involved using heavy machinery, including a digger.
A large screen has now been put up around the property and grounds where the human remains were found.
People have stopped to lay flowers in memory of Ms Satchwell.
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