Police ask residents if they heard screams in the hours before train death



Residents on a Spalding street were asked whether they heard screaming, the night before a woman's body was found on a railway line metres from their homes.
Numerous residents on Havelock Street said police came to their house on Saturday morning asking if they had heard anything the night before.
But none of the residents who spoke to the Echo had heard any kind of altercation.
A police cordon was set up around two homes on Havelock Street, and a small patch of road opposite, on Saturday morning.
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