Double Murder In Thame
11:51am 4th September 2011
Thames Valley Police has launched a murder inquiry following an incident at a house in Thame in the early hours of this morning (Sunday).
Police were called to a house in Ireton Court at 2.21am and discovered two women who had sustained fatal injuries.
A third woman has been taken to hospital for treatment, her condition is not considered to be life-threatening.
A man was arrested by officers in Thame Market Place shortly after the incident on suspicion of murder and he has been taken to Abingdon police station for questioning.
Detectives have told Mix 96, nobody else is being sought for questioning at this time.
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