Shock in London over murder of wife and daughters of famous BBC journalist

Shock in London over murder of wife and daughters of famous BBC journalist
Shock in London over murder of wife and daughters of famous BBC journalist

Kyle Clifford, who has been arrested, killed his ex-girlfriend, her sister and the mother of the two young women with a crossbow in the victims’ home outside London. The heinous crime has caused shock in the United Kingdom.

Three women who were discovered dead in a care home last night have been identified as Carol Hunt, 61, wife of renowned BBC racing commentator John Hunt, and their two daughters, Louise Hunt, 25, and Hannah Hunt, 28. Taken from X //

British police on Wednesday arrested a man suspected of shooting dead the wife and two daughters of a BBC presenter in Bushey, outside London, according to a statement.

After several hours of searching, the authorities found the detainee, Kyle Clifford, 26, near a cemetery in north London with “injuries” and was taken to hospital for medical treatment.

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Police said the suspect, a 26-year-old former soldier, had been found with his injuries and said he had not fired any shots at Clifford.

Hertfordshire Crime Unit Detective Inspector Justine Jenkins said the investigation was ongoing, with the victims being “formally identified”: Carol Hunt, 61, and sisters Hannah and Louise Hunt, 28 and 25, wife and daughters of BBC Radio 5 horse racing presenter John Hunt, the BBC reported.

Jenkins said the premature release of the victims’ names “upset the families at a time when they needed space to come to terms with the loss” and confirmed that Clifford is currently the only suspect in the case.

According to statements to the press by Detective Chief Constable Jon Simpson, initial investigations indicate that the attack was deliberate and was “targeting” the three deceased people.

According to the newspaper ‘The Sun’, the suspect is believed to be a former boyfriend of one of the murdered girls.

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According to Simpson, the women were attacked with a crossbow, although “other weapons could have been used.” After the news of the murders became known, the BBC described the news as “totally devastating.”

“Our thoughts are with John and his family at this incredibly difficult time and we will give him all the support we can,” the British chain added in a statement.

John Hunt had apparently been working at the BBC yesterday and had called the emergency services when he returned home in the evening.

With information from EFE.

Carol Hunt, Hannah Hunt and Louise Hunt, aged 61, 28 and 25 respectively, died after the attack that occurred yesterday afternoon in London. Taken from X //
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