Body found at house where murder suspect was arrested
Friday 24 February 2012
The body of a young man was found yesterday at the house where the double-murder suspect Stephen Farrow was arrested.
Police said the death in Folkestone was "unexplained" but was not thought to be suspicious. Sources said it was the property where Mr Farrow was detained following a tip-off.
Mr Farrow, 47, of no fixed address, appeared in court yesterday charged with the murders of a retired teacher and a vicar.
The discovery of the man's body is not believed to be linked to their deaths. One source said it is believed to be drugs-related.
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