Religious monuments that were built by a woman who was brutally killed in Marlow Bottom have allegedly been vandalised for the second time in five months.

Tina Choules, 81, who died in 2016 after being attacked by Lithuanian-born Tautrydas Narbutas in her home in Ragmans Lane, was a devout Buddhist and made several stupas with her late husband, Michael.

The stupas, which are used as a place to meditate, are over 40 years old and are around 10 to 12ft tall.

They have been maintained by residents in honour of Mrs Choules following her death.

Bucks Free Press: PICTURED: The individuals who were spotted allegedly vandalising the stupasPICTURED: The individuals who were spotted allegedly vandalising the stupas

But they have reportedly been vandalised once again, with TVP Wycombe tweeting pictures of the alleged offenders.

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The two people – one of whom appeared to be wearing a rucksack – were spotted vandalising the memorial, in the woods off Ragmans Lane, at around 9.30am yesterday (April 24).

Bucks Free Press: Two of the StupasTwo of the Stupas

The monuments are well-known across Marlow Bottom and following Tina’s horrific death five years ago, those who live in the village have vowed to help protect her work.

They were previously vandalised last summer.

Anyone with information or who recognises the people in the photos is being asked to email