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Woman whose body found on M20 named as Dominique Worrall

Emotional tributes have been paid to a woman whose body was found on the M20.

Friends named the victim as mum-of-two Dominique Worrall, 32, who is believed to have recently moved to Camber Sands from Ashford.

Police have since confirmed her identity.

Dominique Worrall
Dominique Worrall

A spokesman said: "Following a number of lines of enquiry and ensuring all close relatives were informed, Kent Police can now confirm that the body found on the London-bound carriageway of the M20 on Tuesday 20 February is that of 32-year-old Dominique Worrall."

It is understood Miss Worrall was hit by several vehicles on the carriageway near Ashford, but it is not yet known if she had died beforehand.

A post-mortem examination was carried out yesterday, but the findings have not been released.

Dominique Worrall
Dominique Worrall

A man arrested on suspicion of murder after handing himself in on Wednesday has been released on bail.

One friend described the news of Miss Worrall's death as "heartbreaking".

Posting on Facebook, he said: "I’ll miss your bubbly fun personality and I’m devastated I’ll never hear your laugh again. God bless you.

Dominique Worrall died on the M20
Dominique Worrall died on the M20

"Rest in Paradise xxx."

Another friend said: "I'm absolutely shocked & devastated over what's happened.

"The last time we saw each other was at secondary school but we always remained in touch through Facebook.

"My thoughts are with your family but most importantly with your beautiful baby girls.

Dominique Worrall leaves behind two young daughters
Dominique Worrall leaves behind two young daughters

"Taken far too soon, sleep tight babe."

Another tribute stated: "This is the saddest most disturbing thing I have ever heard in my life.

"So shocked, I can't believe this. Thinking of you always Dom RIP XXXXX."

Police are still appealing for witnesses.

Anyone who saw anything unusual in the area between junctions 10 and 9 on Tuesday evening is asked to call the serious collision investigation unit on 01622 798538, quoting reference 20-0913 or email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk

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