Ding family murder suspect 'slept rough in Morocco'

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A BBC investigation has found that a man arrested over the murders of a Northampton family had been sleeping rough in Morocco for more than a year.

Jeff Ding, his wife Helen, and their two daughters 18-year-old Nancy and Alice, 12, were all stabbed to death at their home in April 2011.

Anxiang Du spent 14 months in Morocco before being arrested by police in Tangier in July.

The BBC Inside Out investigation will be broadcast in the East and West Midlands at 19:30 GMT on Monday, and later available to all regions on the iplayer.

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