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British authorities want him – Murdered BBC commentator's wife and daughters with crossbow

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<p data-block-key=British police have launched a manhunt for the man who allegedly killed the BBC sports commentator's wife and two daughters with a crossbow. John Hunt.

Carol Hunt, 61, and her two daughters, aged 25 and 28, were found murdered by a crossbow in their £800,000 detached home in Bushey, Hertfordshire, last night.

Armed police rushed to the house last night, where they discovered the victims with serious injuries, from which they later died.

The three women were alive when ambulances and police arrived at the scene of the crime at 7pm last night, says the SkyNews correspondent. But they all ended up with serious injuries and a manhunt began overnight, and continues to this day.

Police sources said the three women were tied up before being hit by the crossbow and fatally wounded.

Police are hunting Kyle Clifford, 26, from Enfield, who is believed to be the ex-partner of one of the family's daughters. Police warned he may still be armed and dangerous. The public has been asked not to approach him and to call for immediate action.

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Home Secretary Yvette Cooper is being “fully” briefed on the case and has called on anyone with information about the case to contact police.

“The loss of three women's lives in Bushey last night is truly shocking. My thoughts are with the family and friends of those killed and with the community. They keep me fully informed. I urge people to support (Hertfordshire Police) with any information about this case,” he wrote to X.

Pupils at St Michael's Primary School&#8217 ;s being kept inside as a precaution as the manhunt for Kyle Clifford continues in the area.

The school's headteacher told Sky News that police had visited to reassured them and told them to “carry on as normal as possible”.

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Addressing the suspect directly, the chief inspector said: 'Kyle, if you see or hear this, please contact the police,' the BBC reported.


Riad, who says he lives in the area, also told the BBC: “It's quiet here. Not today apparently – this is a bit of a shock.” He said rumors spread on Tuesday night that one person had been killed, and it was “horrifying” to find out there were three victims. He adds that he was at work when the police arrived, but his wife called him because she was panicked by the number of emergency vehicles and road closures.

Source: Iefimerida

Source: 24h.com.cy

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