Boyfriend charged with Dawn's murder
POLICE last night charged the former boyfriend of Suffolk fitness fanatic Dawn Walker with her murder.Kevin Nunn, 44, of Wrights Way in Woolpit, near Bury St Edmunds, is due to appear before magistrates in Sudbury this morning.
POLICE last night charged the former boyfriend of Suffolk fitness fanatic Dawn Walker with her murder.
Kevin Nunn, 44, of Wrights Way in Woolpit, near Bury St Edmunds, is due to appear before magistrates in Sudbury this morning.
A 35-year-old man from Beyton who was also arrested in connection with Miss Walker's death has been released on police bail.
Mike Nunn, a spokesman for Suffolk police, said last night: "Police have this evening charged a man in connection with the death of 37-year-old Dawn Walker from Fornham St Martin.
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"44-year-old Kevin Nunn, from Wrights Way in Woolpit, has been charged with murder and will be appearing at Sudbury Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.
"A 35-year-old man who was also arrested in connection with this matter has been released on police bail pending further inquiries."
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Miss Walker was last seen alive at around 9.30pm on Wednesday, February 2 at her home in Fornham's Oak Close.
She failed to attend work the following morning and was reported missing on Friday, February 4.
The 37-year-old's charred and semi-naked body was discovered by walkers next to the River Lark in Fornham Park at around 5.10pm that night.
A post mortem was held in Ipswich the following day, but it proved inconclusive and further tests are still ongoing as police try to establish a cause of death.
Following Miss Walker's murder, police launched a massive investigation involving 30 officers. Around 2,000 leaflets were handed out and 3,500 motorists stopped, while the EADT joined forces with detectives to launch a poster campaign to appeal for information.