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6 September 2012, 17:09 | Updated: 7 September 2012, 07:58
Police investigating the deaths of two people found dead in the Norfolk broads over the weekend have formally identified the man.
The body of a man, recovered from the Norfolk Broads at the weekend, has today (Thursday 6 September 2012) been formally identified.
A Home Office post mortem carried out on Monday 4 September 2012 revealed that John Didier, aged 41, a US citizen who had been living in Mitcham, Surrey, died through drowning.
On Tuesday 5 September 2012 the body of a woman also recovered from the Broads was named as Annette Creegan, who was 49 and also from Mitcham. A Home Office post mortem revealed she is likely to have died as a result of strangulation.
Police continue to treat the deaths as a domestic incident and are not seeking anyone else in connection with it. A file is being prepared for the coroner for inquest.