Describing her as a 'loving' woman 'full of character', the family of Catherine Wells-Burr, who was found dead in a burning car, have today paid tribute to her. A murder inquiry has been launched after the body of the 23-year-old was discovered in her car in Ashill near Ilminster on Wednesday morning.
A Facebook page set up in memory of the Bath Spa graduate has been flooded with tributes from those close to Catherine, as well as many others who simply wanted to pay their respects. More than four thousand people have joined the group.
Floral tributes are growing each hour at the scene as people in the local community pass on their well-wishes to the family. Police were quick to describe the incident as 'brutal' and 'tragic'.
Today, as police renewed their appeal for information, the family issued a desperate plea for anybody with information to come forward.
The young woman was popular with many and today the company which she worked for remembered her fondly.
A 32 year old woman was arrested last night on suspicion of murder and currently remains in police custody. Two men arrested have been eliminated from the enquiry.