Two people are arrested on killing of ‘disabled’ woman in Surrey

Two people in their 60s have been arrested on suspicion of murdering a ‘disabled’ woman after she was found dead in her home. Paramedics were called to the victim’s home in Ash, Surrey, on Thursday night after neighbors raised the alarm. When the police arrived around 5:50 p.m. after a call from ambulance crews, the woman in her 50s had already been found dead inside, according to Surrey police. Two people are arrested on killing of ‘disabled’ woman in Surrey.

A murder investigation has now been launched, with a 61-year-old woman and a 64-year-old man arrested in connection with the death. Both suspects are still in custody being questioned by detectives. Neighbors said screams had been heard coming from the house a few days before her death. Richard Folks, who lives near her, said the woman who died was “very kind”.

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Two people in their 60s are arrested on suspicion killing of ‘disabled’ woman

‘She is a good person, she always helps other people. She is very nice,’ said the 50-year-old retiree. ‘She doesn’t work, she’s disabled. She doesn’t get along with her upstairs neighbor, but everyone has that problem. It wasn’t that bad, just normal neighbor stuff.


Describing the police at the house, Mr Folks added: ‘It’s a bit annoying. There are a lot of police cars and all the different colored tape, the blue tape is on, they have tents outside. It’s an uncomfortable feeling. Police were seen searching a nearby alleyway with around 10 officers and a dog.

Officers were also seen outside another nearby home, believed to be the home of a man the alleged victim knew. Inspector Blaine Rafferty, Guildford County Commander for Surrey Police, said: “The investigation is in the early stages as we work to establish the cause and circumstances of this death, however we do not believe there is any risk to the public in general”.

“We have a dedicated team of investigators working on this case and specialized forensic officers remain on the scene. “I would like to thank the local residents for their cooperation as we carry out our investigation, and we will provide further updates as the investigation progresses.”Read More……


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