POLICE say they will leave 'no stone unturned' as murder investigation develops.

Thames Valley Police have lifted the cordon around the block of flats, four days after a man and woman were 'discovered' at Foresters Tower. 

On Tuesday night, at around 9.15pm, police rushed to the 14-storey block of flats in Wood Farm after a man had reportedly fallen from the top floor.

The 37-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

After searching the block, police found a 42-year-old woman with 'severe' neck injuries, who died at the scene.

In the immediate aftermath, residents have said they were on total lockdown with nobody allowed in or out of the building.

Police launched a murder investigation but reassured the public that this was an isolated incident and that the man and woman knew each other.

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A cordon remained around the flats until today, with neighbours having to give their names and flat numbers to officers who were holding clipboards in the foyer.

Today police have announced that the cordon has been lifted everywhere apart from outside of a fourth floor flat - where the woman was found. 

Senior investigating officer detective chief inspector Stuart Bosley of Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit said: “I would like to thank the local community for their patience and understanding while this investigation has continued.

“There will continue to be a police presence in the area for the foreseeable future, and anybody who has any concerns or information relating to the tragic events of Tuesday are urged to speak to officers or call the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, quoting URN 1469 (24/9).

“I would like to re-iterate our previous statement that we believe that the man and woman who died are known to each other and we are not looking for anybody else in connection with this.

“However, our enquiries continue apace and can assure the local community we will leave no stone unturned as we continue our investigation.”