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Family of Norwich’s Lorraine Turner appeal to find killer

Lorraine Turner, 37, was found with head injuries at her home in Desmond Drive on Thursday, August 17, 2002.

A man was charged with her murder but the case never went to trial.

Although investigations have continued, the circumstances of Lorraine’s death have never been fully established.

Norwich Evening News:

Her son and daughter have now urged anyone with information to speak out in the hope their mother’s killer can be found.

Jasmine was eight-years-old when her and older brother Jordan, then aged 10, found their mother’s body at her home.

READ MORE: Police receive new leads 20 years after murder of Norwich woman

Jasmine said that they had been “haunted” by the traumatic discovery ever since.

“The hardest part is there’s no closure. I do not know ‘why?’ or ‘who?’,” she said.

Norwich Evening News: Jasmine and Jordan when they were youngJasmine and Jordan when they were young (Image: Norfolk Police)

“Someone out there does and I would appeal to anyone whose loyalties may have changed over the years to come forward.

“Our mother is not coming back and making this appeal may be one of the very last things me and Jordan are able to do for her.”

She described her mother as someone who lived quietly with a small circle of friends.

“It is the sort of thing you see on the news and think it’s not going to happen to you,” she added. “But suddenly I was that person.

“Twenty-one years with no answers is an extremely long time and unfortunately you have no alternative but to toughen up and get on with it.

“There are four children who do not have their grandmother and the story that comes with that loss is so brutal.

“It is a huge burden but we will never give up fighting for her.

“At this point 21 years later all we can emphasise is that it’s time that the truth comes out.”

Anyone with information can contact Norfolk Constabulary’s cold case team by emailing [email protected] or telephoning 01953 423819.

Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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