UK Nationals Killed in Bushey Were Wife and Daughters of BBC Correspondent

As this publication reported earlier today, three women were found dead at a residence overnight in Bushey, United Kingdom. There is currently a massive manhunt underway for suspect Kyle Clifford who is considered armed with a crossbow and extremely dangerous.

However, the identities of the victims have now been revealed to be the wife and two daughters of BBC Radio 5 live racing correspondent John Hunt. Neighbors heard screaming during the murders, and it has been reported that Mr. Hunt was the one who discovered the bodies and called the police. However, this has not been confirmed.

No motive has been speculated on by emergency services, however, media pundits are postulating this was a crime of passion centered around a relationship. The ages of the women were 25, 28, and 61.

Tactical police have been spotted and there is currently a large police presence in Gordon Hill as a cordon has been established around the suspect’s home. There is also a lockdown at nearby St Michael’s Primary School Enfield.

As of this publication, the suspect is still at large. However, he was spotted on CCTV footage driving off from Hilly Fields on Montague Avenue in London with what appears to be the crossbow hidden under a sheet.

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