Detectives investigating the death of Ann Marie Pomphret are continuing their inquiries four weeks on.
Ann Marie, 49, was found dead at the stables off Old Alder Lane on 2nd November 2018. A murder investigation was launched and extensive enquiries are continuing to be carried out by the force’s Major Investigation Team.
DI Adam Waller said: ““We are determined to find the person responsible for Ann Marie’s death.
“It has been a month since she died and, during that time, a dedicated team of detectives have been carrying out extensive enquiries in the local area, which include forensic enquiries, CCTV enquiries and house-to-house enquiries, to try and piece together as much information as possible.
“We are trying to establish the full circumstances of what happened that night so that we can get justice for Ann Marie.
“As part of our commitment we have enlisted the help of the crime fighting charity, Crimestoppers which has offered a £10,000 award for information given to them that leads to an arrest and conviction in this case.”
DI Waller added: “This is a complex investigation and whilst the visible element of our work – including carrying out forensic enquiries at the scene – has now finished I want to reassure people that behind the scenes we are continuing to work tirelessly on this case. The enquiries and the search effort so far has led to the discovery of what we believe to be a significant piece of evidence that will now undergo further detailed forensic analysis.
“However we still need you to come forward if you have any information. Were you in the area at the time? Did you see or hear anything unusual? If so, please get in touch.”
A 50-year-old man was arrested as part of police enquiries and has since been released on conditional bail.
Anyone with information should contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting IML230241.
If you have dashcam footage please submit by following the instructions on the dashcam submission form making sure you quote IMl 230241.
Alternatively information can be given anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.