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A 58-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder after a fire in Milton Keynes has been released on bail.
Police were called to St Leger Court in Great Linford Sunday night after fire crews discovered a woman's body inside.
The death remains unexplained at this time and the results of a post-mortem examination proved inconclusive. Further tests will now be carried out.
An intensive campaign against metal theft in the county has seen a dramatic drop in the number of offences.
There were 2311 crimes in 2011/12 compared to just 810 during the year ending March 31 - a fall of about 65 per cent.
– Detective Inspector Sharon Dence, Suffolk Police
"The drop in metal theft is excellent news but we will not be complacent and our commitment to tackle theft and ensure dealers take their responsibilities seriously will not diminish."
Three forgers including a man from Hertfordshire have been jailed for what police believe is the largest ever plot to make fake pound coins in the UK.
Kevin Fisher, 53, from Goffs Oak, was sentenced to seven years in prison for his role as ringleader of the scam.
Co-conspirator Daniel Sullivan, 28, from Hornchurch, east London, received three years, and another man Mark Abbott, 44, from Edmonton, north London, was given two years.
A 40-foot storage container that contained 1,600,000 metal discs was found in Waltham Abbey, Essex, with £20,000 of fake coins.
There was also 330,000 in fake coins in a car nearby.
A report by the police watchdog has criticised the Essex force for failing to protect Maria Stubbings who was strangled by her ex-partner at her home in Chelmsford in 2008.
Now, Maria's family are calling for a public inquiry. Serena Sandhu reports...
Former Python and world traveller Michael Palin has been in Norfolk. He was at Fakenham Junior School following in the footsteps of his grandfather.
Kate Prout reports...
The school that inspired the original St Trinian's films is breaking with tradition.
Perse School for girls in Cambridge is taking boys for the first time in 132 years.
So will mayhem ensue? Elodie Harper went to have a look...
Former Python and world traveller Michael Palin has been in Norfolk.
He was at Fakenham Junior School following in the footsteps of his grandfather.
A hundred years ago Dr Edward Palin was there for the school's opening ceremony. Today his grandson joined in the centenary celebrations.
Detectives investigating a shooting in Luton yesterday morning have arrested a man on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.
The Luton man, who's in his 20s, was arrested this afternoon following the incident in Dunstable Road at the junction of Leicester Road at 8am on Monday.
The suspect has also been arrested on suspicion on threats to kill, arson and criminal damage and will be questioned at Luton Police Station.
The victim, aged 27, suffered a serious injury to his leg and remains in hospital where his condition is described as serious but stable.
Farmers have been told today that a vaccine has been developed to protect sheep and cattle from the Schmallenberg virus.
Hundreds of animals died in the region last year, either still born or with severe deformities. The animals died after midges brought the virus from the continent.
Claire McGlasson reports...