Tia Sharp's grandmother to face no further action from police

Croydon Guardian: Christine Sharp will face no further action from police in connection with her granddaughter's death Christine Sharp will face no further action from police in connection with her granddaughter's death

The grandmother of dead schoolgirl Tia Sharp will face no further action from police in connection with her death.

Christine Sharp was arrested on August 10, on suspicion of murder after the 12-year-olds body was found in the loft of her home in The Lindens, New Addington.

Police today confirmed the 46-year-old had been released with no further action.

Ms Sharp's neighbour Paul Meehan remains on police bail. The 39-year-old who was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, is bailed to return in mid-December.

Stuart Hazell, the partner of Tia's grandmother has been charged with her murder.

The 37-year-old of New Addington, will stand trial next May.

The Merton schoolgirl's body was found a week after she was reported missing.

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