Woman hit by train named

A woman who died on a railway line this week's been named.

She was found on tracks between between Brandon and Santon Downham on Monday night.

25 year old Tracey Henman who lived on a barge on the River Little Ouse died at the scene.

Her death isn't being treated as suspicious but police say they're trying to work out what happened leading up to it. At around 4.30am on Tuesday 15th March a 45-year-old man from the Brandon area was arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment. He was taken into custody at Bury St Edmunds Police Station and questioned before being released on police bail. He must return to Bury Police Station on 26th April.

Meanwhile, Officers are renewing their appeal to trace a woman was reported to be on the riverside and the boat in Brandon on Monday afternoon. The barge was moored near the Brandon Ram, and at some point during the afternoon the woman got onto the vessel, spoke to the occupants and took a ride along the river in the boat.

The lady is described as in her late 50s or early 60s with grey/blonde hair, and was wearing a lilac jacket and a hat. She had a purple mountain bike with her at the moorings.

Police also want to speak to anyone who may have seen a woman in distress in the forest around Santon Downham on Monday night prior to 9.30pm. Calls should be made to West Suffolk CID on 01473 613500.