Police in ‚do not approach‘ warning over Kyle Clifford – wanted over deaths of three women | UK | News


Police have warned the public not to approach a man wanted in connection with the deaths of three women in Bushey.

Officers were called to Ashlyn Close, Bushey, Hertfordshire, just before 7pm on Tuesday.

They found three seriously injured women who all died at the scene.

Hertfordshire Police said it has been searching overnight for Kyle Clifford, 26, from the Enfield area, who is believed to be in Hertfordshire or north London.

Detective Superintendent Rob Hall from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit said: “This is an incredibly difficult incident for the victims’ family and we would ask that their privacy is respected as they come to terms with what has happened.

“Whilst we are still in the early stages of this investigation, we are actively seeking Kyle Clifford who we believe could be in the areas of Hertfordshire or North London.

“Given the serious nature of the incident, I would ask anyone who knows where he is to contact police immediately. If you believe you see him, please do not approach him and dial 999 straight away. He may still be in possession of a weapon.

“Our enquires will continue over the coming days to ascertain the full circumstances of what happened but I would also like to take this opportunity appeal to anyone who was in the area around Ashlyn Close from around lunchtime on Tuesday until 7pm, and believes they may have seen anything that could assist the investigation, to contact us.

“This incident will of course be of concern to local residents. Officers from the Neighbourhood Policing Team will be in the area today so please do speak to them if you need to.”

You can report information by:

Filling out our online reporting form at herts.police.uk/report.

Speaking to an operator in our Force Communications Room via online web chat at herts.police.uk/contact.

Calling our non-emergency telephone number 101 (in an emergency, always dial 999).

☎ Contacting Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visiting crimestoppers-uk.org.

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