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A lady who was stabbed to dying on a Bournemouth seaside has been named regionally as a private coach who “didn’t have any enemies”.

Amie Gray, 34, was found having sustained a number of deadly accidents on the shores of Durley Chine Beach on Friday night.

She was pronounced lifeless on the scene, with Dorset Police later revealing that they had arrested an unnamed 17-year-old from Lancashire on suspicion of homicide.

Ms Gray was considered one of two ladies discovered with severe accidents, with one other, unidentified 38-year-old lady receiving hospital remedy.

Locals have issued tributes for the lady, remembering her as “wonderful” and describing the scenario as “shocking”.

The Mirror reported that one native acquaintance mentioned the non-public coach “didn’t have any enemies”.

They mentioned: “It is such a shocking thing to happen. She was a wonderful human being and didn’t have any enemies.”

A college friend added: “Fly high Amie Gray I’ll miss you so much. I feel so heavy! You were such a good friend and someone I could call about anything. A beautiful person inside and out, Thank you for all the laughs and memories I will cherish forever.”

Ms Gray worked as a personal fitness trainer, in sales, and ran a local indoor football team.

Dorset Futsal Club, where she worked as a coach, changed its Facebook profile picture to a black square over the weekend and said in its own tribute: “We cannot put this into words at this time and as a mark of respect to all those affected, we will not be posting anything in the foreseeable future.”