Police have named the woman whose body was found in a river in the Norfolk Broads, alongside that of her partner.
She was Annette Creegan, who was 49 and from Mitcham in Surrey.
It is believed she was strangled by her partner, named locally as John Didier.
He then took his own life.
The couple had been holidaying with the woman's 13-year-old daughter on a hired boat.
The girl was found alone but unharmed on board, and is now being cared for by family.
Malcolm Robertson has this report.
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