UK triple 'murder' victims named as daughters and wife of BBC commentator

Carol Hunt, Hannah Hunt and Louise Hunt, aged 61, 28 and 25 respectively, died following the attack yesterday evening

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The three women 'murdered' with a crossbow in their home in Bushey in the UK have been identified. Carol Hunt, Hannah Hunt and Louise Hunt, aged 61, 28 and 25 respectively, died following the attack in Ashlyn Close yesterday evening (Tuesday, July 9). They are reportedly the wife and two daughters of BBC Five Live racing commentator John Hunt.

The Telegraph reports that he'd been working for the BBC racing on Tuesday and may have raised the alarm when he returned home at around 7pm, reports My London . A tribute to Louise Hunt on social media reads: "No words can describe the loss I feel after today's horrific news." "You were so loved and Scooby adored you.



..you built up an amazing business and were always so kind and gentle.

May you RIP with your sister and mum xxx" Louise launched dog grooming service during Covid lockdown named Groom and Glow, while her sister Hannah owned a beauty business. Hertfordshire Police has launched a manhunt for Kyle Clifford, 26, from Enfield who is wanted in connection with the incident. Officers say he is potentially still armed with a crossbow.

In a press conference this afternoon Chief Superintendent Jon Simpson from Hertfordshire Police told reporters the murders are believed to be "targeted" and the force warned the public not to approach the suspect He said: "Our overarching objective today is to protect public safety and to locate Kyle Clifford, who is wanted in connection with the murder of the three women in what we believe is a targe.