A 55-year-old man arrested in connection with the death of a woman near Bury St Edmunds has been released on police bail.
Julie Feetham, who was 52, was found with serious head injuries at a house in Beyton on Monday evening (13 November).
She was taken to West Suffolk Hospital where she later died.
The 55 year old man, arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm, has been released on bail until Thursday 23 November.
A post mortem examination is due to take place on Thursday to establish the cause of death.
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A missing girl from Bury St Edmunds has been found.
Police tracked down 14-year-old Chloe Humpage this afternoon (Wednesday November 1). She was reported missing last night having not returned home from school.
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Chloe Humpage was around Cornhill, close to Iceland, at about 3.45pm yesterday.
Suffolk Police said she was "seen talking to a male" and it is not know where she went after that.
Chloe is 5ft 4in tall, slim, and has long dark brown hair and a pale complexion. She was wearing a red jumper and blue jeans when she disappeared.
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Police investigating the disappearance of Corrie McKeague are to resume their search of a landfill site on Monday, October 23.
A spokesman for Suffolk's Major Investigation Team said the extended search would last for four to six weeks.
It will concentrate on part of an area known as "cell 22", a 10,000 sq m cell of the landfill at Milton in Cambridgeshire which is next to the original site of the search.
The renewed search will cover 1,831 cubic metres.
"Careful re-checking of the data available to the Major Investigation Team has concluded the area of the original 20-week search is still the location where there was the highest likelihood of finding Corrie.
"However, the nature of waste disposal and its movement is not a precise science, hence the requirement to extend the search."
Mr McKeague, who served with the RAF at Honington, disappeared in September 2016 following a night out in Bury St Edmunds.
Police fear he may have climbed into a bin in the Horseshoe area of the town which was later collected and the waste taken to Milton.
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Police are to restart the search for missing airman Corrie McKeague at the Milton landfill site in Cambridgeshire.
Police say the decision to resume the search at the site for the missing airman has been taken after thorough consideration of all the issues involved.
They added that re-checking of the data available to the Major Investigation Team has concluded the area of the original 20-week search is still the location where there was the highest likelihood of finding Corrie.
The extended search, which is likely to take four to six weeks, will concentrate on an area next to the site of the earlier search. The indications are this is the next most likely area where Corrie could be.
Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said:
Throughout this rigorous investigation we have remained committed to following all reasonable lines of enquiry in our endeavours to discover what has happened to Corrie.
Confronted by the variances in the way waste can be deposited and through further investigation we cannot discount the possibility Corrie may be elsewhere in Cell 22. Therefore, we believe our decision to extend the search area is the correct one.
We have spoken to Corrie’s mum and dad to explain our decision, and share in detail the reasons behind it. We will, of course, continue to work together with Corrie’s family as the inquiry progresses.
On-site preparatory work for the resumption of the search will start this week. The full-scale search is likely to begin once this has been completed.