The family of Hannah Witheridge from Great Yarmouth, who was murdered in Thailand, say they have now brought her body back home.
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The body of a holidaymaker fom Norfolk who was brutally murdered together with a fellow tourist in Thailand has returned to the UK, her family said.
Hannah Witheridge, 23, was found with severe head wounds next to David Miller, 24, on a beach on the island of Koh Tao on Monday.
Her family said today (Sunday) that they had travelled to Bangkok on Tuesday to bring their "beloved Hannah" home and find out more about the investigation.
Meanwhile, police in Thailand said they are investigating new evidence suggesting that the murders may have been due to "sexual jealousy".
A spokesman for the Royal Thai Police said that the force was also looking into claims that the pair had a row with a Thai man in a bar before they were killed.
Post-mortem examinations revealed that Ms Witheridge, from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, died from head wounds while Mr Miller, from Jersey, was killed by severe blows to the head and drowning.
A man has died and a woman and a child have been injured in a car crash in Stapleford near Welwyn Garden City.
The two vehicle collision happened on the A119 High Road under the railway bridge near to Church Lane on Saturday 20th September.
A silver Renault Clio had been travelling from Stevenage when for some reason unknown, crossed onto the opposite carriageway and collided with a silver Vauxhall Zafira.
The driver of the Clio, a man in his 20s, was taken to hospital with serious injuries but later died.
The driver of the Zafira, a woman in her 40s, was also injured and taken to the Lister hospital for treatment. Two children were in the back of the car. One suffered minor injuries.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
An investigation has been launched into the death of a man in Milton Keynes.
Thames Valley Police were called to a house in Allen Close, Bletchley at around 9.30pm last night after reports of an altercation, but there was no altercation in progress.
Police later received a report that a 55-year-old man had been taken to hospital. He died in Milton Keynes General Hospital.
A 50-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder but has since been released, with police saying no further action will be taken.
Thames Valley Police has notified the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
The death is being treated as unexplained.
Tributes have been paid to a runner who died whilst taking part during a race in Norfolk.
Darryl Davis was running in the Round Norfolk Relay but collapsed within sight of the finish of his 11 mile run between Wells-next-the Sea and Cley. Despite attempts by paramedics, he failed to regain consciousness.
He was part of a team running from the City of Norwich Athletics Club. In a statement they said their thoughts and prayers were with the family.
Police have arrested three men over a a series of burglaries in Ipswich. Gregory Branaghan, 39, and Archie McCue, 22, both from Ipswich have each been charged with three counts of burglary relating to burglaries in the town on Friday.
A third man, Daniel Beresford, 27, also from Ipswich was arrested yesterday and has been charged with attempted burglary and two counts of burglary at addresses in Ipswich.
In addition Beresford has been charged with two counts of assault on a police officer and taking a motor vehicle without consent and using a motor vehicle without third party insurance.
All three will appear before Ipswich Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.
A supermarket's long-running attempt to get rid of a bird which had taken up residence in one of its stores is over.
Wildlife presenter Chris Packham today tweeted pictures to show that the Wagtail which had made the Tesco store in Great Yarmouth its home had been captured.
The store made national headlines when it confirmed reports it would have to shoot the bird after repeated attempts to trap the bird failed.
But the news sparked a social media campaign led by Mr Packham which led to Tesco working with the British Trust for Ornithology to catch the bird.
Police are appealing for help to find two good samaritans after a pensioner was dragged into a car and robbed in Luton.
The elderly woman, who's partially-sighted, was putting out her rubbish on Woodland Avenue on Wednesday morning when a woman called out to her. She was then grabbed and forced into the back of the car where another woman robbed her of her jewellery. She was pushed onto the pavement as the car sped-off.
Police say the pensioner was helped back home by two men and they'd like to speak to them as potential witnesses.