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Mother and two daughters killed in Britain: one of the girls’ ex-boyfriend shot them with a crossbow

He killed them with a crossbow after having tied them up and then fled. The victims are three women aged 61, 28 and 25. They were killed by a 26 year old named Kyle Clifford who is wanted throughout Britain. The victims are the wife, Carol, and two daughters, Louise and Hannah, of BBC sports commentator John Hunt. The femicides took place in Hertfordshire, in the town of Bushey.

According to English newspapers, the killer was apparently previously engaged to 25-year-old Louise. He allegedly committed the massacre on the evening of Tuesday 9 July. Clifford is originally from Enfield and was stopped in the village cemetery. He works as a security guard after having been part of the British Army for a short period in 2022. The massacre was discovered by John Hunt, a racing commentator for the BBC. He found the bodies of his wife and daughters when he returned from Lingfield Park racecourse.

The Interior Minister said she was aware of the incident and asked the public to help the police, who in turn asked the man to surrender. “Given the seriousness of the incident, anyone who knows where the suspect is should contact the police immediately.”

In the United Kingdom, a woman is killed every three days by a man. This is according to data from the Killed Women association. These data are all too similar to the Italian ones.

Source: Vanity Fair

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