Detectives review death of woman in Rotherham 25 years ago

A review of the investigation into the death of a woman in Rotherham is underway

A review of the investigation into the death of a woman in Rotherham is underway

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A review of the investigation into the death of a woman in Rotherham 25 years ago is underway.

Detectives are looking at the investigation which was carried out into the death of Cumbrian woman, Alison Bell, who died at Rotherham train station in 1991.

She suffered from mental health problems and took her own life.

Her brother, Tom Bell, said he has unanswered questions.

A Cumbria Constabulary spokesman said: "We are reviewing the investigation into the circumstances around Alison Bell's death."

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