A mum whose frame was determined close to a roundabout died from head injuries, neck compression and the “outcomes of fire”, in keeping with her death certificate. Jill Barclay , 47, was found in the early hours of 17 September near a roundabout in the Dyce region of Aberdeen, with police launching a murder probe into her shocking death.
According to her death certificate, the purpose of death was “blunt force head and facial injuries, outside compression of the neck and effects of fire (pending investigations).” It states that the proposals engineer died at the rear of an address in Farburn, Dyce. After Ms Barclay’s death hundreds of humans attended a vigil in her memory, even as a neighborhood church additionally held an event in which humans may want to light a candle for her.
Tributes have been paid
Tributes have been paid to her with a statement from her family describing her as “a deeply cherished life partner, mom and daughter.” More than £26,000 has been raised toward the costs of her funeral from a Go Fund Me page.
“In light of Jill, she loved to party, while we’ve got hit our milestone goal we are able to have a – ‘Rave it like your Jill’ event right here in Stoneywood. In this dark time let’s come collectively as one as a community and lift as much funds as we likely can for her beautiful family.”
Police Scotland’s North East’s Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent Kate Stephen had formerly said: “This has been an extremely distressing incident which has induced a brilliant deal of surprise in the local community. This shock has additionally been felt throughout the North East and our mind are with Jill’s family and friends at this very difficult time.”