Kesgrave house double death inquests to open

Beverley Farrow
Image caption Beverley Farrow's car was taken away by police for forensic tests

Inquests into the deaths of a man and woman found dead at a house in Suffolk will open on Wednesday.

The body of Beverley Farrow, 31, was discovered in a bedroom at the property in Walker Chase, Kesgrave on 8 December.

Darren Hunt, 43, was found dead in a garage at the terraced house.

Post-mortem tests found Mrs Farrow died from strangulation and Mr Hunt from hanging. The inquest will be held in Ipswich.

Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.

Officers found the bodies after Mrs Farrow was reported missing by her husband.

"It appears that Mr Hunt may have taken his own life and that Mrs Farrow was the victim of homicide," said a police spokesman.

A police cordon at the house was lifted on Monday.

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