The death of a woman at a block of flats is not being treated as suspicious, say police.

Officers investigating the death of the 52-year-old woman at Havre Towers in Weston said the decision was made after ‘extensive’ enquiries.

A post-mortem was carried out, alongside gathering witness evidence.

The woman’s family has been informed and continue to be supported by specialist officers.

A file will be prepared for the coroner in due course.

A 52-year-old man from Southampton who was previously arrested on suspicion of murder is no longer under investigation for this offence.

DCI Adam Edwards from Hampshire and Isle of Wight’s Criminal Justice Department, said: "Our thoughts are with the victim’s family at this very difficult time.

"On initial police attendance, an arrest on suspicion of murder was made.

"A full and thorough investigation has been conducted.

"The decision to treat the matter as a non-suspicious death has been made following review of a number of pieces of evidence gathered by investigators linked to this case.

"I want to thank everyone from the community in Weston who has come forward with information in support of our enquiries."

Officers were called to International Way on Easter Monday in the early hours of the morning.

A cordon was set up around Havre Towers after the woman was pronounced dead.

The news sent shockwaves through residents in the community.

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Superintendent Phil Lamb, District Commander for Southampton, said: "I know that this incident caused considerable concern in the community over the weekend and my thoughts are with the victims’ family, friends and the community at this time.

"I want to extend my thanks to all who have shared information with us throughout our investigation to help us piece together the circumstances that led to this tragic incident.

"All information submitted to us has been reviewed and shared with my local teams and enables us to build up a picture of what is happening in the community and informs our patrol and policing plans for the district."