Published Wednesday, 28 August 2013
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Margaret (Peggy) Stronge, 58, was found at Moss Lane on 10 July 1982.
It will form part of the investigation into the death of 3 other women in the town.
47-year-old Michelle Bickerstaff was found dead in April last year and 50-year-old Margaret Weise in August 2007.
An investigation is also continuing into the death of 52-year-old Elizabeth McKee who died in December 2002.
My officers have advised the Stronge family of this development. I believe it is an appropriate and necessary step, given our current understanding of events in the town.
Detective Chief Inspector Richard Harkness
Leslie Ross, 66, from Magenlis Park, appeared before Armagh Magistrates' Court on Friday 23 August.
He is charged with killing Michelle Bickerstaff and Margaret Weise.
As well as the further charge of gross indecency with a child, Ross is also accused of carrying out an indecent assault.
Ross was remanded in custody after bail was refused by Deputy District Judge Chris Holmes and is scheduled to appear at Banbridge Magistrates' Court via videolink on 19 September.
Peggy's death is to be reviewed as part of the overall investigation.
Detective Chief Inspector Richard Harkness continued: "We will progress the review as quickly as possible. I would like to repeat my appeal to the community in Dromore for information about all these deaths. My officers are keen to speak with anyone who may have any information which could assist our inquiries."
"If you have any information please contact detectives on 028 3751 7329 from 9am to 10pm Monday-Friday. Alternatively, a message can be left outside these hours or people can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
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