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Posted: Tuesday, December 12, 2017. 5:03 pm CST.

By BBN Staff; The United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office is in contact with Belize police regarding the murder investigation of Michele Anison, who was killed in Ladyville last month.

Anison, 46, was found dead in her apartment with multiple stab wounds on November 17. She had been living in Ladyville for two years and had been in the country for five year. She was volunteering at a children’s home at the time of her death.

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it is supporting Anison’s family during their time of bereavement. English newspaper, The Times, has also picked up the story and reported that Anison’s brother, Jeffrey Quaile, who lives in Scotland, paid tribute to his sister.

Anison’s badly decomposing body was found by her landlady, who came to collect rent. She was last seen alive five days earlier. Police investigating the death said that there were no signs of forced entry and that her car and personal documents, including her passport, were missing.

Her body has been flown home and a funeral service has been held near her home in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Four people close to her were arrested and questioned but so far no one has been charged.

Anison’s friends said she was very trusting and some claimed that she kept company with “shady” people. The investigation remains ongoing.

 

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