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Body of missing woman found in industrial area

PUBLISHED: 16:27 08 December 2019 | UPDATED: 17:46 09 December 2019

June Turner, 75. Picture: Norfolk police

June Turner, 75. Picture: Norfolk police

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A body believed to be that of a woman who went missing more than a month ago has been discovered in an industrial area.

Officers were called to reports that a body of a woman had been found in an industrial area off Stanford Tuck Road, North Walsham. Picture: Google Street.Officers were called to reports that a body of a woman had been found in an industrial area off Stanford Tuck Road, North Walsham. Picture: Google Street.

Officers from Norfolk police were called at around 10.15am on Sunday, December 8, to reports that the body of a woman had been found in an industrial area off Stanford Tuck Road.

Pending formal coroner's inquest proceedings, police have provisionally identified the body as that of 75-year-old June Turner who went missing from her home in North Walsham on Monday, October 21.

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Picture of scene at industrial area where body, believed to be that of missing June Turner, was found. PIC: Casey Cooper-Fiske.Picture of scene at industrial area where body, believed to be that of missing June Turner, was found. PIC: Casey Cooper-Fiske.

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Officers are treating the death as unexplained but do not believe there to be any suspicious circumstances at this stage.

A file will be prepared for the coroner ahead of an inquest which will take place in due course.


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