Thames Valley Police is still appealing for witnesses as part of a murder inquiry in Bracknell.
The woman’s body was found at an underpass near Bay Drive, Bullbrook at 8am on May 27th.
It's thought the 43-year-old victim is local and was on foot when she was attacked. The underpass is still closed.
“We understand the victim lived locally. However, a formal identification is yet to take place which may take some time as we believe that the victim’s family live abroad.”
A 28-year-old man from Bracknell is still in custody after being arrested on suspicion of murder
Police want to speak to anyone who was near the underpass from around 10pm on the Saturday night through till the early hours. They are trying to establish the exact circumstances of the death.
Chief Inspector Simon Bowden, local police commander for Bracknell, said: “I would like to reassure the local community that a thorough investigation is underway, and that people should avoid speculation until the full facts of the case are established.
“My neighbourhood teams are out in the local area providing local reassurance patrols. Incidents of this nature are rare in Bracknell and I would urge anyone with information who has not yet come forward to do so immediately."
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