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Tributes to dead woman

PUBLISHED: 08:58 11 February 2008 | UPDATED: 10:25 03 July 2010

FLORAL tributes have been left outside a Great Yarmouth pub after a woman's unexplained death.

The woman's body was discovered in the early hours of Saturday at O'Gradys in Howard Street South.

FLORAL tributes have been left outside a Great Yarmouth pub after a woman's unexplained death.

The woman's body was discovered in the early hours of Saturday at O'Gradys in Howard Street South.

Describing her death as “unexplained”, police have not revealed any other details about the woman or the incident.

By yesterday afternoon half-a-dozen bouquets of flowers had been left in tribute to the woman outside the sealed off pub.

Poignant tributes left at the scene included “Always in our hearts. You will be missed” and “With all our sympathy. You will be sadly missed”.

Three men were taken into police custody to help officers with their inquiries after the death.

They were released on police bail yesterday afternoon and have to return to Yarmouth police station on March 10.

A police spokesman said: “Investigations are still continuing, however, with officers currently locating and interviewing witnesses and with a forensic examination of the scene”.

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