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Police step up murder investigation at Warrington


ONE week on from the tragic death of Ann Marie Pomphret police will be out in force at Warrington tonight re-appealing for witnesses.
Ann Marie, 49, was found dead at the stables off Old Alder Lane on November 2 and a murder investigation was launched. She had suffered head injuries.
Tonight detectives and other officers will be in the Hall Lane and Alder Lane area of Burtonwood between 7pm and 10.30pm hoping to jog the memories of people who were around these times last week..
DI Adam Waller said: “We’re keen to establish Ann Marie’s movements in the hours leading up to her death and really want to speak to anyone who may have information to assist the investigation. Did you see Ann Marie going to the stables? Or did you see anything you thought was suspicious but you haven’t yet spoken to police?”
“If you were in Hall Lane, Alder lane and Old Alder Lane near to the ‘Fiddle I’th Bag’ public house or Winwick Park, or the area in between the two locations and have any information no matter how small, or you have Dashcam footage or CCTV we would urge you to contact police.”
DI Adam Waller added : “I’d like to reassure residents that our priority is to find out what happened to Ann Marie and we are working around the clock to establish the circumstances surrounding the death. If you see us out and about tonight and have any concerns please speak to us.”
A 50-year-old man was arrested as part of police enquiries but has since been released on conditional bail.
Anyone with information should contact Cheshire Police on 101 or via https://www.cheshire.police.uk/contact/general-enquiries/ quoting IML230241.
Motorists with dashcam footage can submit it by following the instructions in this link https://www.cheshire.police.uk/advice-and-support/roads-and-vehicle-safety/submit-dashcam-footage/ making sure to quote IMl 230241.
Alternatively information can be given anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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