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A person has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after a lady was fatally stabbed on a seaside in Bournemouth, Dorset Police has stated. Officers had been referred to as to report that two ladies from Poole had been stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at about 11.45pm on Friday, May 24.

Amie Gray, 34, was pronounced lifeless on the scene, whereas a 38-year-old who was taken to hospital with critical accidents continues to be receiving therapy.

Dorset Police stated on Tuesday night (May 28) {that a} 20-year-old man from Croydon, south London, has been arrested on suspicion of homicide and tried homicide.

The drive labored with the Metropolitan Police to make the arrest.

Det Supt Richard Dixey of Dorset Police’s Major Crime Investigation Team stated the investigation has progressed at pace in current days, resulting in the arrest being made in London.

He added: “Officers from Dorset Police intelligence and firearms teams worked together with colleagues from the Metropolitan Police to carry out the arrest.

“We are persevering with to replace the family members of the girl who tragically died, in addition to the sufferer in hospital, with all the newest developments and our ideas stay with them.”

A boy, aged 17, has been released without charge. Dorset Police said the boy from Lancashire had been “eradicated from inquiries” after investigations over the weekend.

After news of her death, tributes have been paid to Ms Gray, who was a personal trainer and mother. Her wife, Sian Gray, described her as a “without end cherished spouse and mom”. She added: “Sunsets will all the time remind us of you.”

Friend Nicola Smale paid tribute to “a phenomenal particular person inside and outside”, adding: “Fly excessive Amie Gray. I’ll miss you a lot.

“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.”

Det Supt Dixey thanked everybody who has offered data to this point and repeated his enchantment for witnesses that haven’t already come ahead to contact Dorset Police.

He added the improved policing presence in Bournemouth will keep in place and inspired anybody with considerations to talk to any officer who will hear and provides recommendation.

Anyone with data ought to submit it through the drive’s main incident public portal at between 7am and 10pm or name 101 quoting incidence quantity 55240078013.