A12 body - family pass on thanks

A GRIEVING family have today passed on their thanks to people who stopped on the A12 where the body of a 50-year-old Essex woman was found.Karen Crews' dismembered body was found on the A12 at Capel St Mary on Tuesday pmLisa Crane, spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “I have been asked by the family of Karen Crews to pass on their gratitude to those people who stopped on the A12 on Tuesday evening where Karen's body was found, and their thanks to the dozens of people who have called in to assist the police investigation into her death.

A GRIEVING family have today passed on their thanks to people who stopped on the A12 where the body of a 50-year-old Essex woman was found.

Karen Crews' dismembered body was found on the A12 at Capel St Mary on Tuesday evening.

Lisa Crane, spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “I have been asked by the family of Karen Crews to pass on their gratitude to those people who stopped on the A12 on Tuesday evening where Karen's body was found, and their thanks to the dozens of people who have called in to assist the police investigation into her death.”

Karen Crews, was from Alexandra Road in Rayleigh in Essex.

A post mortem examination carried out yesterday found that she died as a result of multiple injuries. Her death is being treated as unexplained, and the investigation into the circumstances surrounding her death continues.

Anyone with any information about this incident should call Suffolk police on 01473 613500.