Boy arrested on suspicion of homicide as girl stabbed to dying on seashore in Bournemouth | EUROtoday

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An adolescent has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after a lady was stabbed to dying on a seashore in Bournemouth.

Police had been known as to Durley Chine Beach at round 11.40pm on Friday, simply because the financial institution vacation weekend was getting underway.

A 34-year-old girl from Poole was pronounced lifeless on the scene and a 38-year-old girl, additionally from Poole, was taken to hospital with severe accidents.

On Saturday afternoon, Dorset Police stated a 17-year-old boy from Lancashire had been detained.

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Police blocked a road to the beach on Saturday as investigations continued
Police blocked a highway to the seashore on Saturday as investigations continued (Getty)

Detective Superintendent Richard Dixey, of the Major Crime Investigation Team, stated: “We have worked tirelessly throughout the night since the initial report and have been able to progress our investigation.

“Foremost, our thoughts remain with the loved ones of the woman who very tragically lost her life. Officers are continuing with their enquiries and a cordon remains in place and is likely to remain so for some time.

“I would like to renew my appeal for anyone with information who has not yet spoken to officers to please contact us. I am particularly keen to hear from anyone who was in the vicinity of Durley Chine Beach between 10pm on Friday 24 May 2004 and midnight and saw anything unusual.

“Information can be uploaded through our dedicated Major Incident Public Portal for this case.

“Members of the public will see an increased police presence in the area over the coming days and officers from the local neighbourhood policing team can be approached with any concerns.”

Anyone with data is requested to submit it to the investigation crew by way of the Major Incident Public Portal web page at

If you might be unable to submit data on-line, please name 101 quoting prevalence quantity 55240078013. Alternatively, unbiased charity Crimestoppers will be contacted anonymously on-line at or by calling Freephone 0800 555 111.