Lowestoft: Police release new CCTV images of Fiona Anderson in hours before her death

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death.

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death. - Credit: Archant

POLICE have released further CCTV images of young mum Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death in a bid to gain more information.

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death.

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death. - Credit: Archant

Detectives investigating the deaths of the 23-year-old and her three children have received a positive response from local people following the release of the first CCTV images.

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death.

More CCTV images released by the police of Fiona Anderson on the morning of her death. - Credit: Archant

The first images showed Fiona at two locations in Lowestoft in the hours immediately before she was found dead near the multi-storey car park in Gordon Road.

In total, 13 people came forward to say they had seen Fiona walking in Lowestoft on Monday morning, including the cyclist, who was pictured cycling along Gordon Road at the time when Fiona was seen entering the car park.

Detective Superintendent John Brocklebank said: “I would like to thank the media for publishing these CCTV images, which have encouraged people to come forward. We will be speaking in detail to all these people, to see if they can help us piece together Fiona’s final movements.”


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Police have now released three new images, much sharper than the previous ones, showing Fiona wearing a long white coat and black shoes.

She has long dark hair and is visibly pregnant.

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The images were captured outside the Fyffe Centre in Belvedere Road at about 6.20am on Monday, April 15.

Approximately five minutes earlier, Fiona was captured on CCTV walking up Grosvenor Road towards Kirkley Rise. Cameras then saw her entering the multi-storey car park in Gordon Road at about 7.55am.

Police were called to Gordon Road just after 8am on Monday, after Fiona was found with severe head injuries. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Inquiries into the incident led police to an address in London Road South, Lowestoft, where the bodies of her three children were discovered. They are all infants, aged three, two and 11 months.

Det Supt Brocklebank said: “I hope these new images will give people a better idea of Fiona’s appearance – and result in more information from the local community about Fiona’s whereabouts in the hours before she died.

“She was seen walking in locations both north and south of the bridge in Lowestoft. If anyone saw her or spoke to her, I would urge them to get in touch.”

A post mortem examination conducted on Fiona found that her death was caused by severe head injuries, consistent with a fall from height.

Post mortem examinations have been conducted on her three children. In all three cases, the cause of death was unascertained and further tests will be required.

Formal identification of the children has not yet taken place.

Det Supt Brocklebank added: “We are continuing with our inquiries.

“As I have already said, it is important that we conduct a meticulous investigation to find out how Fiona and her three children have died, for the sake of her family and the local community.”

Examinations of the flat in London Road South continue – and it is anticipated that the cordon will remain in place for at least the next 24 hours.

Anyone who saw Fiona or has any other information should contact Suffolk Police on 101.

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