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18 April 2013, 06:00
They'll be no further investigation by the IPCC into the police handling of the death of a Lowestoft mum and her three children.
They were called in to look at the case after it emerged officers had spoken to Fiona Anderson hours before she died.
But the Independent Police Complaints Commission say they've handed the investigation back to Suffolk Police.
Fiona died on Monday after falling from the multi-storey car park - more test need to be done to find out how her 3, 2 and 11 month old children died.
They've now been officially identified as 3-year-old Levina Anderson, 2-year-old Addy Anderson and 11 month old Kyden Anderson.
Police continue to appeal for anyone who saw Fiona on the morning of Monday 15 April to contact them on 101.
Detective Superintendent John Brocklebank spoke to Heart's Angie Clague: