A MISSING mum-of-three found dead at her home in Biggleswade had not been seen since Christmas.
Sarah Albone, 39, was reported as missing to cops by family members who were concerned after not seeing her for months.
It comes as cops discovered her body after sealing off a row of neat terraced houses in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.
A man in his 30s who was arrested on suspicion of murder on Saturday remains in police custody.
But cops have now confirmed he was taken to hospital for treatment on an unrelated medical condition.
He will undergo further questioning when he is discharged from hospital.
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While the victim is yet to be formally identified, specially trained officers are supporting family members.
Cops said that they have released an image of her "in the hope it may piece together her last known movements".
Blue and white tape prevented people entering the cul de sac yesterday and a white tent could be seen in the back garden.
Three police cars were parked outside along with a Police scientific unit white van.
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Officers, some with dogs, then swarmed round Winston Crescent, questioning residents.
Detective Chief Inspector Iain Moor from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit said: "We have specialist officers working to support Sarah’s family and we would continue to ask that people respect their privacy at this very distressing time.
"We have a dedicated team of detectives working hard to establish the facts around this case and are particularly keen to speak to anyone who has seen Sarah over the past few months to establish exactly what happened to her.
"We have had a really good response so far from the community in Biggleswade, however I would urge people not to speculate about what happened or share assumptions or rumours, particularly on social media.
“If you do have information, no matter how small, it could prove vital to supporting our efforts and we again would ask you to come forward and report it."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Bedfordshire Police by calling 101 or to use the online reporting centre quoting Operation Pasteur.
Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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