Three folks wished after ‘murder’ of 10 year-old lady have left the UK, police say

Three folks wished in reference to the suspected homicide of a 10-year-old lady are believed to have fled the nation, police mentioned.

Officers had been referred to as to an deal with in Hammond Road in Woking at 2.50am on 10 August following a priority for the lady’s security.

On arrival, she was discovered useless contained in the property, together with her loss of life being handled as homicide.

Locals left flowers outdoors a property on Hammond Road (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Detectives from Surrey Police and Sussex Police’s Major Crime Team have recognized three folks they want to converse to as a part of their enquiries, however consider they’ve travelled overseas.

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House-to-house enquiries have continued all through the day, with a police presence remaining on the scene.

Neighbours instructed reporters {that a} Pakistani household with six “very young” kids moved into the home in April.

One mom, who wished to not be named, mentioned she was “traumatised” by the information, including that her kids had been “terrified”.

She mentioned: “It’s just a shock. My 16-year-old daughter was very upset thinking about that little girl.”

Local residents mentioned they had been in a state of shock after listening to the information, with many coming to put flowers on the pavement.

Notes left on flowers outdoors the home the place the lady was discovered useless by police

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Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Debbie White, mentioned: “Our investigation into this tragic incident has continued at pace today with a number of enquiries underway.

“We have identified three people we would like to speak to in connection with our investigation and from our enquiries, we believe that they left the country on Wednesday, 9 August. We are working with our partners, including international authorities, to locate them.

“Officers have been in the local area today carrying out house to house enquiries and we expect a police presence to remain around the scene over the coming week.”

Inspector Sandra Carlier, Borough Commander for Woking, mentioned: “I know that the community are shocked and saddened by yesterday’s events, and we stand with them in their grief. Officers will remain in the area carrying out patrols, and enquiries as part of the investigation, over the weekend.

“I would like to reiterate that we do not believe there to be any risk to the wider public at this time. We will continue to provide updates as and when we are able to.”

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