Lowestoft: Police reveal ‘stabbing incident’ hours before death of Fiona Anderson and her three children
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A PROBE into the death of Fiona Anderson and her three children has taken a new twist as police revealed details of a “stabbing incident” hours before she died.
Miss Anderson, 23, is thought to have fallen to her death from Battery Green multi-storey car park in Lowestoft, consistent with post-mortem results.
But in a new development, police revealed they attended an address in London Road South, where she lived, hours before her death.
Det Supt John Brocklebank, of the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Incident Team, said officers were first called to a “stabbing incident” in Mill Road at 8pm on Sunday.
They found reports that a man had been stabbed were false, but in the “early hours” of Monday morning attended an address in London Road South.
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A 23-year-old woman who has since died – understood to be Miss Anderson – spoke to officers via the intercom, and refused them entry.
Det Supt Brocklebank said officers did not pursue a warrant and left the address.
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He confirmed a “stabbing incident” had taken place with a male victim but would not comment on the exact timing or the extent of injuries to the unnamed male.
It is understood that Miss Anderson had spilt up with partner Craig McLelland, father of her children, before her death, but Det Supt Brocklebank would not comment on the identity of the victim.
He refused to comment on whether the incident was “an opportunity missed” – but it has been referred to the IPCC for investigation.