A suspected murder victim has been named as an “adored” grandmother.

Janne Goble, 63, was found dead at an address in Ridgeway Road in the Headington area of Oxford last month.

Thames Valley Police launched an investigation into her death and arrested a 65-year-old man on suspicion of murder over the weekend.

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Tributes have poured in for the mother of three since her death on November 22.

A death notice published by the Oxford Mail earlier this month described her as a “beloved partner” and an “adored grandma”.

The notice paid tribute to the “wife of the late Anthony, beloved partner of Tim, and much loved mum to Alice, Elizabeth and Olivia".

It added that she was an “adored grandma to Ophelia and sister of Hugh and Clair”.

Police officers were still speaking to residents in Ridgeway Road on Monday night.

Some neighbours were shocked that a suspected murder could take place on a quiet residential street where many houses are adorned with festive lights and decorations.

One man, who asked not to be named, told the Oxford Mail: “All we know is Janne is dead. She was very nice.”

An investigation was launched into Ms Goble’s death after police received “information that raised concerns" on Wednesday (December 6).

A few days later on Saturday (December 9), officers swooped on an address in Ridgeway Road and arrested a man from Oxford on suspicion of murder.

The suspect was also arrested on suspicion of causing or allowing death or serious injury to a vulnerable adult.

He has been released on police bail until February 29.

A police spokesman said Ms Goble’s next of kin had been informed and were being supported by specially trained officers.

He said: “Our thoughts are with them at this extremely difficult time.”

Ms Goble's family chose not to comment and asked for their privacy to be respected.

A tribute page has been set up for Ms Goble with £125 donated by one well-wisher who used to work with her at a care home in Headington.

James Wilson-MacDonald, who said he worked with Ms Goble for “a number of years” at St Luke's Hospital, said he was “very sad” to hear of her death.

Responding to the online death notice, Caroline Cotton from British Columbia in Canada said she had known Ms Goble when she studied in Oxford.

“She has always held a very special place in my heart from when she took me into her home while I was a student in Oxford,” she said.

“We will be thinking of you all at this very sad time.”

Ms Goble also worked as a secretary at Oxford Endoscopy, a specialist bowel and abdomen clinic, which refused to comment.

Police said anyone with any information about her death should call 101 or make a report on our website, quoting reference number 43230526245.