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Son charged with the murder of mother Tunbridge Wells shop worker Fiona Fisher in Crowborough

A man has been charged with murdering his mother.

Fiona Fisher, who worked at bath and beauty products shop L'Occitane in Tunbridge Wells, was found dead at her home in Lordswell Lane, Crowborough shortly before 7.30pm on Friday, April 27.

Police discovered her while visiting the address in response to a request for a welfare check.

Fiona Fisher was described as "irreplacable" by her family. Picture: Sussex Police
Fiona Fisher was described as "irreplacable" by her family. Picture: Sussex Police

The 51-year-old's family paid tribute to her yesterday saying: "Fiona will be sadly missed by her daughter Megan, her mother Dorothy and stepfather Les, as well as her father. There are no words to explain the love those around her felt for her, she is irreplaceable.

"At this time we would please hope that everyone could respect our privacy and allow her friends and family to grieve."

Her son Thomas Fisher, 22, of no fixed address, has since been charged with her murder as well as fraud, driving while disqualified, and driving without insurance.

Mr Fisher remains in custody and will appear at Hastings Magistrates' Court today.

Anyone with information that may help officers in their ongoing investigation is asked to send details online or phone 101, quoting Operation Stonegate.

Alternatively, please contact Crimestoppers or phone the independent charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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