Police in Norfolk have tonight named the man found drowned in the Broads at the weekend.
A woman, found dead in the Norfolk Broads at the weekend, has been named as Annette Creegan, 49, from Mitcham in Surrey.
A man found dead in the Norfolk Broads at the weekend is expected to be formally identified by police later today.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious injury road traffic collision in Hoveton.
At around 8.40am on Tuesday 29 October 2013, a black Vauxhall Corsa collided with a tree on Norwich Road close to the junction with Cangate Road.
The 22 year old male driver suffered a serious head injury and a possible broken shoulder and was flown to Addenbrooke's by Air Ambulance.
Police want to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the collision. The car was travelling towards the A1151 Stalham Road.
Delays and road blocked due to accident, a car and a motorcycle involved on A1151 Stalham Road in both directions between B1354 Horning Road West and A1062 Horning Road. Police directing traffic.
Inquests have been opened today into the deaths of a couple found dead on the Norfolk Broads.
A major police investigation was launched after the bodies of Annette Creegan and her partner John Didier both from Surrey were recovered from Little Salhouse Broard where they had been holidaying.
Post mortems revealed that Ms Creegan was likely to have died from strangulation before she entered the water while Mr Didier drowned. Detectives are not looking for anyone else.
Police have named the woman found strangled on the Broads in Norfolk at the weekend. She's 49-year-old Annette Creegan from Mitcham in Surrey.
Norfolk Police have named a woman thought to have been strangled on a holiday boat on the Norfolk Broads. She was Annette Creegan, aged 49, from Mitcham in Surrey. Her partner, who drowned, has not been formally identified. Police say it was a domestic incident and are not seeking anyone else.
The death of a woman whose body was found in the river Bure in Norfolk alongside her partner is being treated as suspicious, police have said.
Post-mortem tests on the man and woman, both in their 40s and from the Surrey area, were carried out on Monday.
They found the woman died before entering the water, probably as the result of strangulation. The man died as the result of drowning.
Officers had launched a search after finding the woman's daughter, a 13-year-old girl, alone but unharmed on a cruiser on the Norfolk Broads on Saturday.
The man's death is not being treated as suspicious. Further forensic tests will be carried out on the woman's body.
Detective Superintendent Jes Fry, of the joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team, said:
"We are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident."