A 28-year-old man was being questioned on suspicion of murder last night after a woman had her throat slashed in an underpass in Berkshire.
The 43-year-old’s body was discovered by two brothers yesterday morning in the Bullbrook area of Bracknell.
It is feared the victim may have been returning from an evening out in the nearby town centre when she was attacked.
Gardener Lee Paul-Ferris, 26, and his brother Glenn, who found the body, and called police, described a horrifying scene with blood spattered over a wide area.
Mr Paul-Ferris said the woman was dressed in evening wear and lying in a foetal position in the underpass.
He said: “There was blood everywhere, all around her body and all up the wall. She was lying chest down in the foetal position. I didn't want to get too close. Read More