Inquests to be opened
INQUESTS into the deaths of four of the victims of Suffolk's serial killer are due to be opened and adjourned tomorrow.The inquests into the deaths of Tania Nicol, Anneli Alderton, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls were due to start at 9am in Ipswich Crown Court.
INQUESTS into the deaths of four of the victims of Suffolk's serial killer were due to be opened and adjourned today.
The inquests into the deaths of Tania Nicol, Anneli Alderton, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls were due to start at 9am in Ipswich Crown Court.
Miss Nicol, 19, of Woolverstone Close in Ipswich, was found in the Belstead Brook in Copdock Mill on December 8.
The body of Miss Alderton, 24, from Colchester, was discovered on December 10 at Nacton.
And both Miss Clennell, 24, from Ipswich, and Miss Nicholls, 29, of no fixed address, were found on December 12 at Levington.
An inquest has already been opened and adjourned on December 6 into the death of the fifth murder victim, Gemma Adams, 25, of Blenheim Road, Ipswich, whose body was found near Hintlesham on December 2.
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