A man arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of Ann Marie Pomphret at Burtonwood was released on bail.
The police continue to be in the area as the investigators and investigators of the death continue to investigate.
The 50-year-old was released on Tuesday.
DI Adam Waller said: "I want to assure the residents that we are working around the clock on this tragic death and are pursuing a series of investigations.
"I have a team of Special Investigators from the Chief Inspection Team, as well as many other officers and staff from across Cheshire.
"Specially trained officers will continue to support the family during this difficult time.
"If you have information that can help, no matter how small you think, please contact us.
Anyone with information should contact Cheshire Police at 101 or cheshire.police.uk/contact/general- inquiries /, citing IML230241.
The grieving family of Ann Marie, known to her relatives as Marie, died after having suffered head injuries in Burtonwood, a touching homage to the "beloved mother who will forever be in her heart."
She was found dead in the stables of Old Alder Lane on Friday night.
After the death of the 49-year-old, a murder investigation was initiated, and the investigation continues.
Her family said, "Marie was a beloved daughter, wife and mother.
"She loved nothing more than spending time with her family in nature and looking after her horses.
"We have been devastated by being taken so young and in such a meaningless way.
"We ask everyone who has information, no matter how small, to inform the police as soon as possible.
"Marie will be in our hearts forever and we appreciate all the good wishes we have received, but we ask that our privacy be respected in this very difficult time."
PICTURED: Ann Marie Pomphret, known among her loves as Marie
A post-mortem cause of death was a serious head injury.
Detectives investigating their death challenge a potential witness.
On Tuesday they called for a new appeal to speak with a dog walker who was probably in the area on Friday night.
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A woman was seen passing an Alsatian or German shepherd dog along Alder Lane on Friday between 19:40 and 19:50 near the public house Fiddle & # 39; th Bag. She could be a possible witness.
DI Adam Waller said, "We work tirelessly to determine the circumstances of death and conduct a series of investigations in the area, including door-to-door, CCTV and forensic investigations.
"This means that the community is likely to see many officers in the area, but please do not be alarmed.
"They're here to provide security, so if anyone has problems or concerns, talk to an officer.
"As part of our investigation, we found that three cyclists were riding lights on their motorcycles that cycled from Burtonwood along Hall Lane toward Public House" Fiddle I'th Bag "between 9:00 pm and 10:00 pm.
"These cyclists could be crucial to our investigation. So if you think you were one of them, or if someone else has information that will help with our inquiries, please contact us.
"If you walked along Alder Lane with your dog on Friday night, November 2, please come forward and call the police at 101."
Anyone with information should contact Cheshire Police 101 at IML230241.
Alternatively, you may also receive information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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