Demi Burns death probe: Family tribute to 'caring woman'

Demi Burns The body of Demi Burns was found in Workington on 11 November

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The family of a Cumbrian woman found dead at her home have described her as a "beautiful, caring young woman".

The body of Demi Burns, 21, was found at her home in Newlands Gardens, Workington, on Sunday after police received a call about a sudden death.

In a statement, her family said her death had a left a hole in their lives "which would never be filled".

A 28-year-old local man was arrested on suspicion of murder and bailed until January pending further inquiries.

A post-mortem examination proved inconclusive and further tests are being carried out in an effort to determine an exact cause of death.

Miss Burns' family said: "Demi was a beautiful, caring young woman who was loved dearly by all her family and friends.

"She always put others before herself and adored her family, especially her mam, gran and pop.

"The hole in our lives she has left will never ever be filled, the light in our hearts has gone out forever. We will miss you always our princess."

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