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Image caption Jeanette Kempton's body was found in rural Suffolk on 18 February 1989. Cold case detectives hope a review of an unsolved 1989 murder could help explain why a woman was killed and then dumped 118 miles (190km) from her home. Jeanette Kempton, 32, went missing from Brixton in south London, where she lived with her ex-husband and their two teenage sons, 30 years ago. Her partially decomposed body was found in a ditch at Wangford, near Southwold in Suffolk, on 18 February 1989. She had no known links to Suffolk but police said her killer may have done. Andy Guy, Suffolk Police's major crime review and unsolved case manager, said the case was reviewed in 2009 and 2016 and "could do with another full forensic review". Full story

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