Tribute paid to Trowbridge murder victim Ian Graham

Murder victim Ian Graham Ian Graham was discovered with knife injuries to his neck on Tuesday

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The family of a 51-year-old man who was murdered in Wiltshire on Tuesday have paid tribute to him.

Police have now formally identified the man as Ian Graham, who was discovered in Beaufort Mansions, Trowbridge, with knife injuries to his neck.

Louise Jane Cox, 45, from the Newtown area, has been charged with his murder.

In a statement, his family said that Mr Graham, or "Froggy" as he was known, always "tried to live life to the full".

His family said that although Mr Graham had faced medical problems, depression and a dependency on alcohol, he was turning a corner.

The statement continued: "It is ironic, that having recently taken steps and engaged help to sort out his problems Ian was taken from us at this time and in such a tragic and violent way."

Louise Jane Cox has been remanded in custody and will appear at Salisbury Magistrates' Court later.

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