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Thames Valley Police is continuing its enquiries at the scene of a fatal fire in Milton Keynes.
The body of a woman was found by emergency services inside a property in St Leger Court, Great Linford, following a fire on Sunday evening.
A post-mortem examination was carried out by a Home Office pathologist last night. The results were inconclusive and further tests will now be carried out.
Senior Investigating Officer Det Ch Insp Gill Wootton said: “The lady who tragically died in this fire was middle-aged.
“While she has not been formally identified, we believe we know who she is and have located her next of kin. They are being kept updated on the progress of our investigation.
“Enquiries will continue at the property throughout today as we work towards establishing the cause of the fire and a scene guard remains in place.”
Essex Police have been criticised by the IPCC for failing to protect a woman murdered by her ex-partner.
Maria Stubbings, who was 50, was strangled by her ex-partner at her home in Chelmsford in December 2008.
Maria's family are now calling for a public inquiry. You can see their campaign called "In Maria's name" at the Refuge website http://www.refuge.org.uk
Her brother Manuel Fernadez spoke to ITV News Anglia and we began by asking him if he had faith in the police force.
Police officers in Thetford have seized a large quantity of alcohol as part of an operation to target street drinking in the town.
Over the past eight weeks 120 items cans and bottles alcohol have been seized from people caught drinking in No Alcohol Zones. The majority of this was beer and cider, but some spirits and wine were also confiscated. All of the alcohol has now been disposed of.