Update: Three children in tragic Fiona Anderson case named as Levina, Addy and Kyden Anderson

Police have released the names of the children of Fiona Anderson.

Police have released the names of the children of Fiona Anderson. - Credit: Archant

POLICE investigating the deaths of tragic mum-of-three Fiona Anderson have tonight revealed the names of the children found dead at a home in Lowestoft.

Officers were called to Gordon Road in Lowestoft just after 8am on Monday after a woman, later identified as Fiona Anderson, 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, Kirkley where the bodies of her three children were discovered.

A police spokesman said: “Following formal identification procedures, police can confirm the names as Levina Anderson (girl), aged three, Addy Anderson (boy), aged two, and Kyden Anderson (boy), aged 11 months.

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


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

Meanwhile, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said they had no current plans to hold an inquiry into Suffolk Police after ruling out they should have had foresight of the “tragic event”.

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Mark Pearson, regional communications officer (central & east) for the IPCC, said: “We have now assessed the referral from Suffolk Constabulary regarding the deaths of Fiona Anderson and her three children.

“There is nothing at this stage to indicate the police should have had foresight of the tragic events that unfolded.

“We are satisfied on the basis of the information at this time that no IPCC inquiry into Suffolk Constabulary contact with Fiona Anderson is required, and that investigations should continue locally.”

Police are continuing to appeal for anyone who saw Fiona on the morning of Monday, April 15 to contact them on 101.

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