free hit counter code Manhunt for Bournemouth killer who stabbed mum, 34, to death enters fourth day as family gather for emotional goodbye – Freeht.buzz

Manhunt for Bournemouth killer who stabbed mum, 34, to death enters fourth day as family gather for emotional goodbye

THE hunt for Amie Gray’s killer entered its fourth day today as her family said: “Sunsets will always remind us of you”.

The 34-year-old was found with stab wounds on Durley Chine Beach in Bournemouth, Dorset, shortly before midnight on Friday.

Facebook

Amie Gray was stabbed to death in Bournemouth shortly before midnight on Friday[/caption]

BNPS

Specialist officers were seen abseiling down cliffs above Durley Chine beach where they are thought to be searching for the murder weapon[/caption]

BNPS

CCTV images have since been released of a hooded suspect that detectives are desperately trying to track down[/caption]

The “beautiful” fitness trainer, from neighbouring Poole, died at the scene.

A second stab victim, a 38-year-old woman also from Poole, remains in hospital with “very serious” injuries, Dorset Police said.

A 17-year-old boy from Lancashire was arrested on suspicion of murder on Saturday but “eliminated from inquiries” on Monday.

CCTV images have since been released of a hooded suspect that detectives are desperately trying to track down.

Dorset Police told The Sun on Tuesday no arrests have been made.

Amie’s wife Sian Gray and their daughter paid tribute to her by sprinkling rose petals into the sea at sunset.

Sian said: “Sunsets will always remind us of you Amie Gray.

“Forever loved wife and mother.”

A friend of mum Amie added: “It is such a shocking thing to happen.

“She was a wonderful human being and didn’t have any enemies.

“There is a lot of speculation about why she was attacked — whether it could have been a robbery?”

Durley Chine Beach remained closed on Tuesday as detectives began a fourth day of investigations.

Specialist officers were seen abseiling down cliffs above the beach where they are thought to be searching for the murder weapon.

Superintendent Richard Dixey appealed for the public’s help in identifying the suspect in the CCTV images.

He said: “If you recognise him or have any information, no matter how small, that may lead us to his identity please get in touch immediately.

“Our thoughts remain with the loved ones of the woman who tragically lost her life and the surviving victim as we drive forward our investigation.”

Amie was head coach of the Dorset Futsal Club ladies team and received her ­coaching badge from the FA in January.

She was awarded clubwoman of the year just days before her death.

Paying tribute, Dorset Futsal Club said: “We cannot put this into words at this time and as a mark of respect to all those affected, we will not be posting anything new for the foreseeable future.”

Facebook

Amie’s wife Sian Gray and their daughter paid tribute to her by sprinkling rose petals into the sea at sunset[/caption]

Facebook

Amie was head coach of the Dorset Futsal Club ladies team and had been awarded clubwoman of the year just days before her death[/caption]

Getty

Forensics officers scoured the beach for clues as they opened a murder investigation on Saturday[/caption]

BNPS

Officers stood guard at the beach on Saturday following Amie’s murder[/caption]

Alamy

Steps down to the beach were cordoned off on Saturday as police launched a murder investigation[/caption]

About admin