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30 September 2011, 11:45 | Updated: 30 September 2011, 12:06
The house where a family of four were stabbed to death on the Royal Wedding Day has been put on the market.
University lecturer Jeff Ding, 46, his wife Helen Chui, 47, and their daughters Xing, aged 18, and Alice, aged 12, (pictured below) were stabbed to death at their house in Wootton, Northampton on Friday 29 April 2011. Their bodies were found two days later.
The four-bed house, which is owned by Paul Delaney - a former business partner of Helen - is on the market for £349,950. In the weeks after the shocking murders local councillors called for the house to be demolished and a permanent memorial to be created in its place.
The house in Pioneer Close had been subject to a drawn out court battle between the Dings and Anxiang Du - the prime suspect in the murder hunt.
Fifty-two-year old Anxiang Du was Helen's business partner. Detective Superintendent Glyn Timmins, senior investigating officer in the case, said there had been three hundred possible sightings of Du. They are particularly interested in one in Gibraltar shortly after the murders.
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