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Ipswich: Man to be charged after body found in river

17:26 13 February 2013

Police to charge a man in connection with the unexplained death

Police to charge a man in connection with the unexplained death

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POLICE are to charge a man in connection with the unexplained death of Peter Ralph.

It follows an investigation into the discovery of Peter Ralph’s body in the River Gipping, near to Stoke Bridge, Ipswich on September 10.

The 20-year-old man from Ipswich was previously on police bail having been arrested on suspicion of supplying a controlled class A drug.

Police will be conducting further enquiries and submitting papers to the Crown Prosecution Service.

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  • I love all the new and unexplained words in the Ipswich Star!

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    Billy Knowbend

    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

  • I love all the new and unexplained words in the Ipswich Star!

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    Billy Knowbend

    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

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