The death of a woman found with gunshot wounds in her Grade II listed home is no longer being treated as suspicious, police have said.

The body of Lesley Page, 65, was found at her home at Banyer Hall, in Lady's Drove, Emneth, on September 11.

Officers were called to the property shortly before 7.30am and a man in his 60s was arrested on suspicion of murder.

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A post-mortem examination found the cause of Ms Page's death was gunshot wounds to her torso and an investigation was carried out.

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Officers are now satisfied there were no suspicious circumstances involved in the death and have said no further action will be taken against the arrested man. 

Detective Inspector Alix Wright said: “Following enquiries that have been ongoing since September, we can now confirm that Lesley’s death is no longer being treated as suspicious and that no further action is being taken against a man arrested in connection with her death.

“Understandably this has been an incredibly difficult time for Lesley’s family who have been informed of the outcome.”