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Police have formally identified the body of a women found in Derby on Sunday morning.
Yvette Hallsworth, 36, was found dead by a member of public behind houses on Hartington Street in Normanton.
A post-mortem examination has revealed she died from stab wounds.
Police say she was known to have been working as a prostitute and are appealing for witnesses.
Specialist detectives have begun a murder investigation in Derby after a woman's body was found on a service road near homes.
Officers say the woman, in her 30's, was found on Hartington Street in Normanton by a member of the public.
She was wearing distinctive camouflage patterned leggings and a black fleece top. Detectives from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit are leading the investigation, and are appealing for anyone who saw her in the area to come forward.
Police say investigations are continuing after the murder of a woman in Derby.
The body of a woman believed to be in her 30s was found shortly after 11am on Sunday (April 6) in the Normanton area of the city.
The discovery was made on a service road at the back of houses on Hartington Street.
The victim has yet to be formally identified, officers say she is white, around 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build with shoulder-length dark hair.
A post-mortem examination is taking place today to establish the cause of death.
Police and forensic experts continue are also continuing to examine the scene and house to house enquiries are taking place.
A murder investigation has been launched after the body of a woman was found at the back of houses in Derby.
A member of the public found the body at the rear of homes in Hartington Street yesterday morning. The road was sealed off.
Detectives from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit are leading the murder investigation.
Officers would like to speak to anyone who was in the area on the Saturday night or Sunday morning before 11am.
A woman's body has been found in Derby.
Police were called to Hartington Street at around 11am this morning by a member of the public.
The death is being treated as suspicious.