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The boyfriend of one of many three victims of a crossbow assault has paid a heartbreaking tribute to the “love of his life.”

Carol Hunt, 61, the spouse of BBC 5 Live commentator John Hunt, and two of their daughters, Hannah, 28, and Louise, 25, had been discovered fatally injured and later died at their house in Ashlyn Close, Bushey, Hertfordshire, simply after 7pm on Tuesday.

Alex Klein, who was in a relationship with beautician Hannah, posted an image of the pair on Instagram together with the tribute: “RIP the love of my life, I will never forget you, stolen from me too soon…

“The brightest mild in my life. My courageous queen for all times. Until we meet once more… I really like you Hansy.” Mr Klein posted further photos, including one of the couple kissing in a pool, writing: “Forever with me.”

Suspect Kyle Clifford, 26, remains in a serious condition in hospital after he was found with injuries in the Hilly Fields area of Enfield, north London, on Wednesday, according to Hertfordshire Police.

The force said Clifford, who was the subject of a manhunt for hours on Wednesday, is yet to speak to officers about the incident.

Police confirmed they had received no earlier reports after exploring whether there had been previous contact with Clifford or the victims.

Det Supt Rob Hall, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, said: “Our ideas stay with the victims’ household and family members at this devastating and indescribable time. They are being supported by specifically educated officers.

“This was an unprecedented attack and we are determined to understand the full circumstances of what happened that evening and the events leading up to it.

“This investigation, as I’m positive folks can think about, will take time. I’d wish to reiterate my honest due to the members of public who contacted us yesterday and helped with our inquiries.

“We are still appealing for anyone with information in relation to the incident on Tuesday evening in Bushey and activity in Enfield yesterday that could assist us to please contact police directly.”

On Thursday, additional searches happened at a home linked to Clifford’s brother, Bradley Clifford, who was jailed for all times with a minimal time period of 23 years for the homicide of moped passenger Soban Khan in 2018.

According to the Metropolitan Police, on the time of the homicide Bradley Clifford had focused the moped earlier than crashing into it and continued to assault Mr Khan after the collision.

Officers had been seen on the tackle in Rendlesham Road, Enfield, north London, in relation to the deaths.

Police employees carrying gloves and face masks had been seen outdoors the property, which was first searched on Wednesday.