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Mildenhall: No further action taken against woman arrested in connection with murder of Paul Bone

09:36 07 May 2014

The house at Pembroke Close, Mildenhall, where the suspected murder of Paul Bone took place

The house at Pembroke Close, Mildenhall, where the suspected murder of Paul Bone took place

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A woman arrested in connection with a murder enquiry will face no further action.

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She was detained as part of police investigations into the murder of 40-year-old Paul Bone from Mildenhall.

Mr Bone died of a stab wound at an address in Pembroke Close just before 1am on December 20 last year.

The 45-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of murder but after further investigation by police and consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service no more action will be taken against her.

Andrew Turner, 49, from Pembroke Close, Mildenhall, was charged with the murder of Mr Bone on December 21.

He has been remanded in custody until his trial which is due to begin on June 16 at Ipswich Crown Court.

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