Egle Vengaliene Wiki – Egle Vengaliene Bio
Egle Vengaliene was a mum of five, who found dead in the water at Brandon Country Park Suffolk, can be repatriated back to Lithuania.
She found dead in a lake has been pictured as police arrest a man on suspicion of her murder.
She was 35 years old.
Egle Vengaliene Found Dead
Egle Vengaliene, 35, was found in the water at Brandon Country Park Suffolk by ambulance crew on Friday at around 7 am.
They alerted police, who launched an investigation.
The body was later identified as Ms. Vengaliene, and a 46-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.
Officers are still questioning him after Suffolk Police were granted another 24 hours to ask him.
A friend has set up a Facebook fundraiser to help take Ms. Vengaliene, from Lithuania, back to her homeland.
Describing Ms. Vengaliene as a “good mother” and a “pretty woman,” Vitalija said they were both from Rokiškis in the Eastern European country.
Vitalija’s Facebook post reads: “We express our condolences to the family for the loss of beloved daughter and sister Egl in England.
“Five kids left without mom. It’s hard to find words to comfort you today.
“We express all strength, hope, and faith to you, your family, and loved ones.
“And we ask all Lithuanians for financial help to transport their body to Lithuania.”
Suffolk Police said specialist officers are supporting Ms. Vengaliene’s family, and a post-mortem examination was carried out on Saturday to determine how she died, but additional tests are needed.
Police have said they believe the suspect and Ms. Vengaliene were known to each other, and there is no broader threat to the community.
But there will be additional police patrols over the next few days to reassure locals.
Detectives appeal to anyone who was at the park or surrounding streets and may have seen or heard anything suspicious to contact them.
Police are also keen to hear from anyone who knew Ms. Vengaliene or anyone who saw her recently, before 7 am on Friday.
Detective Superintendent Andy Smith said: “We understand this will have shocked and alarmed many people, but officers will remain at the scene over the coming days, and extra patrols are taking place to provide reassurance.