Post mortem reveals woman’s death was ‘non-suspicious’ as Murrow man, 51, is released without charge
- Credit: Archant
A 51-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder in Murrow has been released without charge.
A statement today from Cambridgeshire Police said: “A post mortem examination was carried out late yesterday afternoon (Tuesday, April 5), which has concluded the death was non-suspicious.
“The coroner will now look to establish the full circumstances concerning this woman’s death.
“The 51-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released with no further action.”
Police were called to a house in the village on Monday at 9.34pm by the ambulance service. They were alerted to “reports of a sudden death of a woman.”
You may also want to watch:
A police cordon put in place at the time has been withdrawn.
- 1 Coroner records Wisbech teenager’s death as suicide
- 2 'Sorry for any delay' but we're getting there says vaccine rollout manager
- 3 High life ends for Bentley owning drug dealer
- 4 Man who headbutted and spat at HMRC officers told to expect jail
- 5 Council tax frozen after eventful but non event year
- 6 County cops issue more than 60 Covid fines since beginning of 2021
- 7 Ever get that sinking feeling?
- 8 Overgrown ditch ‘hasn’t been maintained for at least eight years’
- 9 Animal firm 'left behind' in bid to stay afloat during pandemic
- 10 Town council says market is operating safely and within Covid-19 guidelines