Police arrest man, 46, over homicide of lady in her thirties who was discovered strangled in luxurious waterside dwelling in east London
- Suspect handed himself in to south London police station on Saturday morning
- Lady was discovered with neck accidents at dwelling in Poplar, East London, yesterday
- Police have been referred to as after stories of assault and imagine sufferer knew the suspect
Connor Boyd For Mailonline
A 46-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after a lady in her 30s was discovered strangled to loss of life in a luxurious tower block in east London.
A homicide probe was launched after the sufferer was discovered lifeless in her dwelling in Poplar yesterday following stories of an assault.
The suspect handed himself right into a south London police station this morning and stays in custody.
Forensic officers at Metropolis Island growth in east London the place a lady in her thirties was discovered with deadly head accidents
The incident occurred on Island Means in east London (pictured above) and London’s Air Ambulance was referred to as to the scene
Police imagine the sufferer was recognized to the suspect.
A resident of the Concord Constructing informed the MailOnline that the incident had occurred on the 14th flooring of the constructing and that round seven police automobiles had attended the incident.
Officers have been referred to as by the London Ambulance Service to a residential handle in Metropolis Island Means shortly after 4pm on Friday January 11 following stories of an assault.
A girl, believed to be in her 30s, was discovered with a neck damage. She was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
A ‘Forensic Companies’ van was pictured outdoors the constructing yesterday
The luxurious Metropolis Island growth in London’s docklands (pictured above)
A autopsy examination can be held sooner or later and a proper identification awaits. Her household have been knowledgeable.
The Murder and Main Crime Command examine and enquiries proceed.
Anybody with data regarding this incident on the handle is requested to name police on 101 quoting CAD 4734/11JAN or Crimestoppers anonymously by way of 0800 555 111.
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