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Kyle Clifford: Triple murder suspect in ‘serious condition’ after police discover crossbow | UK news

Kyle Clifford: Triple murder suspect in ‘serious condition’ after police discover crossbow | UK news
Kyle Clifford: Triple murder suspect in ‘serious condition’ after police discover crossbow | UK news


Thursday, July 11, 2024, 3:51 p.m., United Kingdom

The suspect in the triple murder of three women in Hertfordshire is in a serious condition in hospital and has yet to be questioned, police said.

Kyle Clifford was discovered by the police at Lavender Hill Cemetery in Enfield, North London, on Wednesday after a large Wanted.

He was taken to a London hospital where he is continuing to receive treatment. He has not yet been arrested.

According to police, a crossbow was confiscated during the investigation.

The victims are Carol Hunt, 61, wife of Sky Sports and BBC racing commentator John Hunt, and two of their daughters, Louise, 25, and Hannah, 28.

They were found with serious injuries on a property in Ashlyn Close in Bushey, Hertfordshire, shortly before 7pm on Tuesday. They died a short time later.

Hertfordshire Police said they had received no further reports about Clifford or the victims prior to the deaths.

As part of the murder investigation, police carried out further searches of a house on Rendlesham Road in Enfield on Thursday morning.

Police officers wearing gloves and face masks were seen outside the property, which was first searched on Wednesday.



Picture:
Carol Hunt and her daughters Hannah and Louise. Image: Facebook



Picture:
Carol Hunt with her husband John Hunt. Image: Facebook

Detective Superintendent Rob Hall, of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Serious Crime Unit, said: “Our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of the victims at this devastating and indescribable time. They are being supported by specially trained officers.”

“This was an unprecedented attack and we are determined to understand the full circumstances of what happened that evening and the events leading up to it. We are fully committed to seeking justice for the victims and their families.

“As people can imagine, this investigation will take some time. I would like to once again express my sincere thanks to the citizens who contacted us yesterday and assisted us in our investigation.”

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