Kesgrave: Mother-of-one was unlawfully killed, rules coroner

TWO BT workers involved in an apparent suicide murder case in Kesgrave were not having an intimate relationship, an inquest has heard.

TWO BT workers involved in an apparent suicide murder case in Kesgrave were not having an intimate relationship, an inquest has heard.

Mother-of-one Beverley Farrow, 31, was found strangled on her bed in Walker Close, Kesgrave, last Decemeber.

Darren Hunt, 43, a tenant at the property, was found hanging in the garage.

Today the inquest heard there was evidence however, to suggest that Mr Hunt had wanted his relationship with Mrs Farrow to become more intimate - against her wishes.

Suffolk coroner Peter Dean recorded a verdict that Mrs Farrow was unlawfully killed and that Mr Hunt took his own life.

The inquest was held at the Ip-City Centre in Bath Street, Ipswich.

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