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Ipswich: Body of woman, believed to be missing person Tracey Kingwell, found in woodland

15:53 25 February 2014

Tracey Kingwell

Tracey Kingwell

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Police searching for missing woman Tracey Kingwell have found a body in woodland in Ipswich.

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Officers were sent to an area of woods near Bobbits Lane at about 11.25am today by a member of the public who had discovered the body.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said: “The body is believed to be that of Tracey Kingwell who was reported missing yesterday afternoon.

“The coroner will be informed and an inquest will open in due course.”

The death is not believed to be suspicious.

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