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Woman lay dead for days in home as woman and two men arrested for ‘murder’

THREE people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman’s body was discovered at a home.

Police were scrambled to the property in Stroud, Gloucestershire, last Friday after the alarm was raised by a concerned neighbour.

The woman was found in a home in Stroud

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The woman was found in a home in Stroud

The woman’s death was originally treated as unexplained following the discovery of her body, which had lain there for “some time”.

But after a post-mortem, a murder probe was launched.

Two men and woman, also from Stroud, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in custody.

Gloucestershire Police have not confirmed the age of the victim or the suspects.

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They are working to establish circumstances surrounding the woman’s death.

The post-mortem results have not been released by the force.

A spokesperson said: “Police have launched a murder investigation after the discovery of the body of a woman in a flat in Stroud.

“Officers are in the early stages of an investigation and are working to establish what has taken place.

“The body is believed to have been undiscovered for some time and detectives are still waiting for confirmation of the identity of the victim.

“The Major Crime Investigation Team is keen to hear from anyone who has any relevant information which could assist.”

Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting incident 310 of 4 November.

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