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Murder of Penny Bell

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Ruth Penelope "Penny" Bell (28 February 1948 – 6 June 1991) was an English businesswoman who was murdered on 6 June 1991 in the car park of Gurnell Leisure Centre, Greenford, London. She was stabbed over fifty times as she sat behind the wheel of her car. Her murder remains unsolved. Background Penny Bell lived with her husband, Alistair Bell, in Baker's Wood, near Denham, Buckinghamshire where they moved in October 1987. Penny was a partner in Coverstaff Ltd, a successful employment agency based in Kilburn. Bell was the mother to two children, Matthew (born c.1978) and Lauren (born 1982). The family home was undergoing extensive renovations from November 1990, valued at £100,000. Penny had withdrawn £8,500 from her and her husband's joint bank account on 3 June 1991, three days before her death. She had never previously withdrawn such a large sum of cash and it remains unaccounted for. At the police press confe
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