Man arrested on suspicion of homicide over lady’s dying on Bournemouth seashore | EUROtoday

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A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after a girl was killed in a double stabbing on a seashore in Bournemouth.

Two girls from Poole had been stabbed on Durley Chine Beach at round 11.45pm on Friday, in an incident which noticed giant areas of the seafront cordoned off to shocked residents for a lot of the financial institution vacation weekend.

A 34-year-old lady – named domestically as Amie Gray – died on the scene, whereas a 38-year-old lady sustained critical accidents and stays in hospital.

Amie Gray was described as ‘a beautiful person inside and out’
Amie Gray was described as ‘a beautiful person inside and out’ (Facebook )

Heartfelt tributes to Amie described her as a “wonderful human being” who “didn’t have any enemies”, as mates informed The Independent they had been in shock over her dying.

In an replace on Tuesday night time, Dorset Police stated they’d arrested a person from south London.

The power stated: “Following extensive enquiries, a 20-year-old man from the Croydon area of London has been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.”

Intelligence and firearms officers labored with the Metropolitan Police to arrest the person in London, the power stated.

A 17-year-old boy from Lancashire arrested at an early stage of the investigation was later launched with out cost and had been “eliminated from inquiries” following investigations over the weekend, Dorset Police stated on Monday.

Amie Gray and a 38-year-old woman were stabbed on Durley Chine Beach on Friday night, near Bournemouth Pier
Amie Gray and a 38-year-old lady had been stabbed on Durley Chine Beach on Friday night time, close to Bournemouth Pier (Getty Images)

The similar day, Dorset Police launched CCTV photos of a hooded suspect and proceed to induce anybody with info to come back ahead.

In their newest assertion, Detective Superintendent Richard Dixey stated: “The investigation has progressed at speed over recent days, which has now led to an arrest being made in London.”

He added: “We are continuing to update the loved ones of the woman who tragically died, as well as the victim in hospital, with all the latest developments and our thoughts remain with them.

“I would like to thank everyone so far who has provided information and reiterate my appeal for any witnesses who have not already come forward to please contact Dorset Police.

“The enhanced visible policing presence in the area will remain in place and we would continue to strongly encourage anyone with concerns to please not hesitate to speak to any officer who will be able to listen and provide appropriate advice.”

Speaking to The Independent this week, a good friend of Amie described the private coach as “a lovely woman, easy going and such fun”.

Michelle Shipley stated: “Me and my daughter are still in shock. I was talking to her hours before and planned to see her on the Sunday. I will forever treasure her voicenotes and the pink blanky she gave to my daughter.”

Another good friend wrote on Facebook: “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.”