A post-mortem examination on an 86-year-old woman found dead at a social housing site in St Neots has failed to establish a cause of death.
Jean Constant, who was 86, was found dead at Poppyfields in Chapman Way on Monday afternoon.
The post mortem, carried out at Peterborough City Hospital, failed to find a definitive cause of death and further tests and examinations will now be carried out.
An 87-year-old man from Eynesbury was arrested on suspicion of murder.
He's since been released on conditional bail until October 4.
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