The police have shelved investigations into vandalism of a religious monument built by a woman who was brutally killed in Marlow Bottom.

Officers made a number of enquiries after reports were received of criminal damage but the investigation has been filed as pending more information coming to light.

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Tina Choules, 81, who died in 2016 after being attacked in her home was a devout Buddist and she built made several stupas with her late husband, Michael.

After being previously vandalised last summer, this is the second time in five months the monument has been allegedly defaced.

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The stupas on Ragmans Lane have been continually maintained by residents in honour of Mrs Choules.

The 40-year-old monuments are used as a place to meditate and are well-known across Marlow Bottom.