A man has been cleared of killing a Polish woman who was found dead in a flat in Wilton.
Murder squad detectives led by Detective Chief Inspector Jeremy Carter investigated for three months how 35- year-old Aneta Jarosz died.
An inquest was told the preliminary cause of death was compression of the neck through hanging.
The alarm was raised at the beginning of January following a nearby car accident when the police were directed to her home by the driver.
A Polish man was arrested over her ‘suspicious’ death which left locals from the town in shock.
He was released without charge on police bail pending further inquiries.
Now it is thought the woman probably committed suicide.
Wiltshire Police said: ”We can confirm no further police action will be taken against a 35-year-old man from Wilton who was arrested in connection with the death of Aneta Jarosz.
“A file is being prepared on behalf of the HM Coroner for Wiltshire.
“A 35-year-old man from Wilton remains on remand for the attempted murder of a 13-year-old girl.”
This relates to the car accident.
The inquiry was conducted by the Regional Brunel Major Crime Team from Bristol which investigates murders, corporate manslaughter and other major crimes for Gloucestershire, and Avon and Somerset Police, and Wiltshire Police.