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Cheshire police helping search address in Appleton and Bruche following body find in North Wales
8:50am Thursday 19th July 2012 in News
POLICE in Warrington are searching three locations in the town following what they are describing as a 'suspicious' death.
They have confirmed they are working with officers in North Wales after a body was found.
They say a 57-year-old man, from Warrington, attended a police station in St Asaph yesterday night on suspicion of murder.
It is understood the body of a woman, who he knew, was in his car at the time.
DCI Steve Williams, of North Wales Police, said; “The victim, a woman, has been identified and the suspect and victim were known to each other.
"The family has been informed and is being supported by specially trained officers of Cheshire Police.
“A Home Office pathologist will be carrying out a post mortem to establish the cause of death.”
Officers from Cheshire Police are currently at three addresses, one of which is in Appleton, and another at Derby Drive in Bruche.