The quaint village of Cotswold is at the center of the murder investigation after a self-employed upholsterer was found dead at home in his forties – arrested as a police officer in his forties
- Police today opened an investigation into the death of a woman in her forties
- Officials arrest a man in his forties after the woman was found dead at an address
- The incident occurred in Great Rissington, Gloucestershire, in the Cotswold district
- The woman was named locally as Tina Long, a self-employed upholsterer
A quaint Cotsworld village is at the center of a murder investigation today after a woman in her forties was found dead.
Police arrested a man in his forties this morning after the woman's body was discovered on property in the picturesque village of Great Rissington, Gloucestershire.
The death of the woman, who was named as the independent upholsterer Tara Long on site, is currently being treated as unresolved.
Honors were posted by friends on Ms. Long's social media profile today.
One said: “Rest in peace, my beautiful soul sister and my birthday twin, we had our ups and downs, but the love was always there, the hugs and the laughter.
"We were born the same day, but you left us way too soon. There will always be a part of my heart missing, but I know you will still be with me."
Another said, “I'm so sad to hear you're gone, my sweetie. Rest in peace, now sweet angel. & # 39;
The death of the woman, who was named as the independent upholsterer Tara Long (picture), is currently being treated as unresolved
Today honors were left by friends on Ms. Long's social media profile (pictured). One said: “Rest in peace, my beautiful soul sister and my birthday twin, we had our ups and downs, but the love was always there, the hugs and the laughter
A third post: "Sleep well, Tara, love all your loved ones."
According to her social media profile, Ms. Long had lived in Great Rissington since 2013 and attended Cotsworld School in the nearby town of Bourton-on-the-Water.
The neighbors have since been shocked by the news of a death in the village.
A neighbor who did not want to be named said, “People brought“ rest in peace ”on Facebook. It's sad. I didn't know them that much.
The police showed up around 11:30 a.m. and haven't left since. There was an ambulance here and an initial answer, then the police came.
"It's not really expected here."
Police say a man in his forties was arrested in connection with death. The man remains in police custody today.
A police spokesman in Gloucestershire said: “Police activities will continue at the address due to an investigation into the death of the woman.
The police were called by ambulance services at around 11:35 a.m. today to the address where a deceased woman was found.
Officers say a woman in her forties was found dead today at the address in the picturesque village of Great Rissington, Gloucestershire. Pictured: Police on site today
The woman's death is currently being treated as an unresolved issue, detectives say. Pictured: Police on site today
At this early stage of an investigation, the death of the woman, who is over 40 years old, will be treated as unresolved during the investigation.
& # 39; Your immediate relatives are aware of this and the coroner has been informed as well.
"The police will likely stay in the area for a few days while the investigation continues."
Police say a man in his forties was arrested in connection with the woman's death.
The man remains in police custody today.
The Armed Forces spokesman added: “With police activity ongoing, Gloucestershire Constabulary wishes to reassure the local community that there is no major threat to the public in connection with this incident
"You can anonymously call the police on 101 or the independent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
According to the village's community website, Great Rissington is a "breathtaking village" in Cotswold of 367 residents.
The village has a church, a pub and a local cricket club. It was once the home of Victor Ambrose Eyles, a British geologist and science historian who lived there briefly in the early 1960s.
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