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Man arrested on suspicion of murdering woman, 38, who was ‘deliberately’ hit by van

Man arrested on suspicion of murdering woman, 38, who was ‘deliberately’ hit by van

  • Stella Frew was pronounced dead after the incident in Tonfield Road, Sutton 
  • The Metropolitan Police said they believe she got into a white van on Friday 
  • The police understand Ms Frew was then involved with a dispute with the driver 

 A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 38-year-old woman was ‘deliberately’ struck by a van.

Stella Frew was pronounced dead after the incident in Tonfield Road, Sutton, just before 6pm on Friday.

The Metropolitan Police said they believe she got into a white van on Friday afternoon and was later involved in a dispute with the driver.

Stella Frew (pictured) was pronounced dead after the incident in Tonfield Road, Sutton, just before 6pm on Friday

Police are on scene with LAS and Air Ambulance after call at 6.57pm to Tonfield Road Sutton following collision involving two vehicles

Police are on scene with LAS and Air Ambulance after call at 6.57pm to Tonfield Road Sutton following collision involving two vehicles

Detective Chief Inspector Helen Rance said: ‘We are now treating this incident as a murder inquiry as we believe Stella was deliberately harmed.

‘I would like to appeal to anyone who may have seen Stella in the area of the A24 in Stonecot, West Sutton, on Friday afternoon.

‘She was wearing a bright red top. We believe she got into a white transit van in this area and later got into a dispute with the driver of this van.’

A man in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday and remains in custody.

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