Disabled Woman Found Dead In Car

A disabled woman found stabbed to death in her car near her home in Harlow, Essex, has been named.

Jennifer Macaree was discovered in Hadley Grange on the outskirts of Harlow early on Saturday.

Essex Police confirmed she was in the driver's seat of her black Vauxhall Corsa in a parking area near her flat shortly after 3am.

Police and ambulance crews arrived at the scene, but the 62-year-old died a short time later at Harlow's Princess Alexandra Hospital.

A post mortem examination revealed she died of multiple stab wounds.

Det Supt Tracy Hawkins, said: "This was a violent attack on a disabled woman as she sat in her car near her home. I appeal to anyone who was in the area in the early hours of Saturday morning to contact us. Any piece of information may be the vital clue that helps us solve her murder."

A 68-year-old man has been arrested in connection with her murder.


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