Body is Paula's

Police have confirmed that Paula Clennell was one of the two women found dead at Levington.Her body was discovered on Tuesday and removed from the scene for a post mortem investigation last night.

Police have confirmed that Paula Clennell was one of the two women found dead at Levington on Tuesday.

Her body was removed from the site yesterday.

A post mortem examination by Home Office pathologist Nat Carey last night found that Ms Clennell died from “compression to the neck”.

Police now believe that Paula was last seen at about at 12.20am on Sunday morning on Handford Road, Ipswich, near to its junction with Burlington Road.

She was working as a prostitute.

She was wearing a navy blue anorak with a horizontal light blue band across the chest and one sleeve, a grey hoody top, light coloured jeans with a pattern on the pockets and Reebok classics trainers with a navy blue and light blue-grey flash.

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Det Chief Supt Stewart Gull said: “We want to hear from anyone who saw Paula after this time in the early hours of Sunday morning.

“It is quite possible that Paula picked up a client or clients after this time, who could have crucial information. I would appeal to them to come forward as a matter or urgency.

“We would also like to hear from friends or associates of Paula who may have information.

“And we also want to hear from anyone using the Old Felixstowe Road near Levington between the early hours of Sunday morning and Tuesday afternoon who saw anything suspicious.”

The 24-year-old mother of three has lived across the town, but had no fixed address at the time she went missing.

She is originally from the Borders region of Scotland.

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