Police appeal after woman found dead in Homerton home


Hackney detectives are eager to speak to anyone who may know something about a disturbance that led to a 34 year old woman’s death on Anderson Road, Homerton, on Thursday 22 November.

Police where called at about 9.35 pm by ambulance staff who found the woman dead when they got to the home.  They believe they know the woman’s identity, but await formal identification by next of kin.

A post-mortem carried out yesterday (Friday 23) gave cause of death as blunt trauma injury resulting in a ruptured liver.

Two men were arrested yesterday in connection with the death. One has been released with no further action taken, while a 34 year old man remains in custody at an East London Police station.

Anyone with information relating to the disturbance in and around the area, should call the incident room on 020 8345 3775; if you wish to remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

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