Detectives Urge Community To Keep Open Mind After Dinnington Woman's Death
Police are urging the local community in Dinnington to 'keep an open mind' after a woman's death there.
An inquest into Sade Russell's death is due to be opened tomorrow morning (June 15) at Doncaster Coroner's Court.
21-year-old Sade was pronounced dead at her home in Addison Square, Dinnington, near Rotherham, during the early hours of Sunday (June 12) after she had returned from a night out.
A post mortem carried out at the weekend proved inconclusive and police are awaiting the outcome of further toxicology tests.
Detective Sergeant Ian Proffitt who is on the investigation team said: "Naturally there has been speculation both in the community and on social networking sites about Sade's death.
"But officers are conducting a criminal investigation, besides making enquiries on behalf of the coroner, and we'd remind people to avoid speculation as it might hinder, rather than help.
"We want the public to keep an open mind until our investigations are complete."