An investigation is underway following the death of a woman in Maplebeck in North Nottinghamshire. The ambulance service were called to Low Farm at around ten to four yesterday afternoon to find a woman had died. A man was also found injured and was taken to Lincoln Hospital.
The pensioners are yet to be formally named but are believed to be in their 70's. The family is being supported by specially trained officers. The woman's death is being treated as suspicious. Tests are due to be carried out today to find out how she died.
“We have been conducting enquiries in and around the farmhouse and those enquiries will continue throughout today. Our thoughts are with the couple's family and the residents of this very small village. We hope to have some answers as to exactly what has happened in the coming days, but at this time I would appeal to anyone who has any information to contact us."
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