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Pangbourne murder: Date set for inquest into the death of Maya Bracken





A date for the inquest of a woman found dead in Pangbourne has been set.

It will be opened at Reading Town Hall on February 15.

Police cordon outside Pangbourne Railway Station on January 4
Police cordon outside Pangbourne Railway Station on January 4

Maya Bracken, 56, was found with a fatal stab wound on the afternoon of Thursday, January 4.

Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit launched an investigation after its officers were called to a reported road traffic collision on the A340 Tidmarsh Road/ Flower’s Hill junction at around 5.45pm.

And then, at around 6.15pm on the same day, TVP and British Transport Police officers responded to a casualty on the railway track near Pangbourne.

Tributes laid outside Maya Bracken's home
Tributes laid outside Maya Bracken's home

Police have confirmed an 18-year-old man died at the scene there.

Friends, family and neighbours have since left floral tributes outside the home, where Ms Bracken had lived since 2014.



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