'No visible injuries' found on Whitehaven woman's body

Lisa Devlin
Image caption Ms Devlin was described as "warm hearted"

Tests on a woman suspected of being killed in a Cumbrian village have proved inconclusive.

Lisa Marie Devlin, 24, was found dead at an address in Moor Row, near Whitehaven, on 24 April.

A post mortem examination found there were no "visible injuries" on the body and toxicology tests are being carried out, Cumbria Police confirmed.

A man, 30, was arrested and bailed on suspicion of murder. Ms Devlin was from Sneckyeat Road in Hensingham.

A tribute statement released on behalf of her family said: "The death of Lisa has been a huge shock to the family.

"She was a young girl with a big personality, a warm heart and a friendly smile.

"She was much loved by her family and friends and will be much missed.

"The Facebook community, who have left over 1,200 endorsements on her memorial site, have helped the family enormously.

"Knowing she was loved by so many is helping us through this very difficult time."

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