Cleveleys, Lancashire: Daughters Of Woman 96 Murdered In ‘Care Home’ Calls On Her Killer/s To Come Fordward

3 Feb

The daughters of a 96-year-old woman who died in a fire at a care home have appealed for information over her “horrific” murder.

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Edith Stuart died in hospital following the blaze at Cleveleys Park Rest Home in Cleveleys, Lancashire, on October 18 last year.

A 27-year-old woman and a 17-year-old girl were questioned on suspicion of murder at the time but were released without charge days later.

Police had said that an examination of the scene in Stockdove Way had revealed the fire which spread to Mrs Stuart’s bed was deliberately ignited.

A murder inquiry into the pensioner’s death remains ongoing as Mrs Stuart’s daughters, Shirley Fish, from Poulton, and Jean Worgan, from Northampton, pleaded for the killer to come forward.

Mrs Worgan said the family had taken a lot of thought over choosing a care home for her mother when she moved out of her home in Burnley aged 92. She said Cleveleys Park was a “very homely place” where all her needs were taken care of.


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