Detectives can now keep suspect in custody until Monday evening Police have been granted more time to question a man arrested in connection with the murder of PCSO Julia James.The man, who is in his 20s and from the Canterbury area, was taken into custody at 9.30pm on Friday night.
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Kent Police is granted a 36-hour extension to detain the man in custody, which will last until Monday evening.Detectives have been given more time to question a man arrested in connection with the murder of police community support officer Julia James.Ms James was found dead in Akholt Wood near her home in Snowdown, Kent, on 27 April.
An unnamed woman is understood to have contacted Kent Police over the murder of PCSO Julia James in relation to the image of man officers wanted to speak before an arrest was made The daughter of murdered PCSO Julia James urged a potential witness to speak to the police before an arrest was made, it has been claimed.
POLICE investigating PCSO Julia James' murder were today seen searching a skip as they continue to quiz a suspect.A man aged in his 20s was arrested in connection with the mum-of-two's death after she was discovered with serious head injuries in Snowdown on April 27.The Brit national from Canterbury was held around eight miles away from where the PCSO was found.
Aman was arrested over the murder of PCSO Julia James after her daughter spotted a Facebook post about a possible suspect.Police are questioning a man in his 20s from the Canterbury area after Ms James, 53, was found bludgeoned to death in woodland, in Kent, last month.
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POLICE have arrested a man in connection with the murder of PCSO Julia James.The man, a British national in his 20s and from the Canterbury area of Kent, was detained at 9.30pm on Friday, they said.Yesterday he was being questioned at a station.
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The Church of England is expected to instruct cathedrals and churches across the country to review their monuments for links to slavery and colonialism and take action if any are found.In guidance set to be issued this week, the Church of England's 12,500 parishes and 42 cathedrals will be told to scour their grounds and buildings for historic links.
Officers investigating the death of say a man arrested in connection with her murder remains in custody this mornin.The man in his 20s, from the Canterbury area, was arrested at 9.30pm on Friday.Julia, 53, who was a serving Police Community Support Officer for Kent Police, was found dead next to Akholt Wood in Snowdown at around 4pm on Tuesday, April 27.
Kent Police officers wearing white overalls carried bagged items as they emerged from a home in Aylesham, about a mile from the footpath where PCSO Julia James was found dead Police forensic officers are searching a house close to a footpath where the body of a murdered PCSO was discovered last month.
Man in his 20s held by police investigating the attack on the 53-year-old PCSO who was killed on April 27 Detectives hunting the killer of PCSO Julia James have arrested a man in his 20s, they revealed on Saturday.The arrest came 11 days after Mrs James, 53, was found bludgeoned to death in woodland near her home in Snowdown, Kent, on April 27, shortly after leaving the house with her Jack Russell dog.
POLICE hunting the killer of PCSO Julia James have arrested a man 11 days after she was bludgeoned to death while walking her dog.The mum-of-two, 53, was found with serious head injuries last Tuesday on a remote footpath near Ackholt Wood in Snowdown, Kent.Police today confirmed a suspect, a Brit national in his 20s from Canterbury, was arrested at 9.30pm last night.
Officers investigating the death of have arrested a man in connection with her murder.A man in his 20s from the Canterbury area was arrested at 9.30pm on Friday, May 7, and remains in custody.Julia, 53, who was a serving Police Community Support Officer for Kent Police, was found dead next to Akholt Wood in Snowdown at around 4pm on Tuesday, April 27.