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Tribute Released To Bicester Mum Who Was Found Dead

Tribute Released To Bicester Mum Who Was Found Dead

5:49pm 2nd March 2010

Police in Bicester have charged a 50 year old man with murder.

Officers found the body of Lisa Ruth Consterdine (pictured) in the early hours of yesterday morning.

50-year-old Sean Freaney has been charged with her murder and will appear at Banbury Magistrates' Court tomorrow (3/3).

The daughters of Lisa Consterdine have released the following tribute:

“We would like to thank our close friends and family for the flowers and support in this hard time. We are going through a terrible time at the moment, and would like people to respect our privacy.

“Our mum was beautiful, loving, and the best mum ever. She adored her granddaughter and her granddaughter adored her. She was the best nana and we will truly miss her. Just because she is no longer here, our love for her will never die and she will never be forgotten. May her soul rest in peace. We love you mum x x x”

 

 

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