Sally Sinclair, an executive at mobile phone giant Vodafone has been stabbed to death at her large country detached property near Amport, a quiet village, which dates back to the time of William the Conqueror.
Married mother-of-two Sally Sinclair was found in a pool of blood in her house in Hampshire.
Sally, who was Vodafone's head of business, died of knife wounds to her upper body.
Sally's husband, Alisdair, stayed at home to look after the couple’s sons, 10-year-old twins. The family did not socialise with neighbours, who added that there was rarely activity at the house, which they were renting.
This tragic loss left her husband and sons in great grief. Please share your condolences.