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Police still don't know how four-year-old Alexa-Marie died

Alexa-Marie Quinn. Credit: Hertfordshire Police.

A post mortem examination carried out on a four year-old girl who died last week has failed to find a cause of death.

Further tests will now be carried out on Alexa-Marie Quinn, who was from Hatfield.

Hertfordshire Police said it could take several weeks or even months before the results are known.

Alexa-Marie's father Carl Wheatley, 30, has been charged with her murder.

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Police confirm body found is missing teenager

Police have confirmed that the body found in woodland near Hatfield on Sunday is that of 19-year-old Amelia Arnold.

The post mortem also confirmed that Amelia died as a result of head injuries.

Amelia's boyfriend, 22-year-old Jack Wall from Hadrians Walk in Stevenage, has been charged with murder.

Joseph Potter, 41, from Bletchley has also been charged with perverting the course of justice.

Body found in search for missing teen

Police searching for a missing 19-year-old from Stevenage have found a body in woodland in Hatfield in Hertfordshire. Detectives believe it is the body of Amelia Arnold, who disappeared on Wednesday 7 November from the home she shared with her partner Jack Wall.

22-year-old Jack Wall of Hadrian's Walk in Stevenage has been arrested on suspicion of murder. A 41-year-old man has been charged with perverting the course of justice.

Police find body of missing teenager

Police searching for a missing 19-year-old from Stevenage have found a body in woodland in Hatfield in Hertfordshire

Detectives believe it is the body of Amelia Arnold, who disappeared from her home in Hadrian's Walk in Stevenage on Wednesday 7 November.

Amelia's 22-year-old boyfriend Jack Wall, who lived with her at the property on Hadrian's Walk, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. A 41-year old man has appeared in court charged with perverting the course of justice.

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Men plead not guilty to Hatfield murder

Two men have pleaded not guilty to murdering a 24-year-old man in Hertfordshire in July.

Mikel Cela, 22, of Mountway Close in Welwyn Garden City and Amariloo Brami, 22, of Walnut Grove also in Welwyn Garden City, are accused of stabbing to death Darren Leonard at a flat on Northfield in Hatfield on Wednesday 11 July 2012. .

They appeared at St Albans Crown Court, where they both denied murder and conspiracy to rob. Both men were remanded in custody by Judge Stephen Gullick for a trial due to start on 7 January next year

Woman dies in shopping centre fall.

by Russell Hookey

Hatfield's Galleria shopping centre was surrounded by police vehicles and ambulances this afternoon after a woman fell from the roof.

Detectives were called at 1.40pm after reports from witnesses.

The woman died at the scene. Her family has been informed but the death is not thought to be suspicious.

Dealer hid drugs inside his body

A drug dealer was caught with more than 30 wraps of class A drugs hidden inside his body.

Police acting on information that Abubakar Saddiq, of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, was dealing drugs, stopped him on the A1 at the Black Cat roundabout on July 16.

Officers searched his car and found a wrap of drugs.

He was arrested and kept under constant supervision and after 17 days in custody, Saddiq admitted concealing drugs and 36 wraps , worth around £3,500, were subsequently recovered.

He pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply heroin and cocaine at Huntingdon Magistrates' Court this morning.

He will be sentenced at a later hearing.

Man in court on murder charge

A man charged with the murder of Hatfield man Darren Leonard appeared in court today.

Mikel Cela, 22, of Mountway Close in Welwyn Garden City, appeared at St Albans Crown Court for a preliminary hearing. He is charged with murder and conspiracy to rob.

He was remanded in custody until a plea and case management hearing on September 24th this year.

Anyone with information about the incident can contact detectives working on Operation Bulrush either by calling them direct on 01707 355959 or by calling the police non-emergency number 101.

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