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He ‘slaughtered his ex-girlfriend, her sister and her mother after a messy breakup’.




A fugitive accused of murdering three people with a crossbow has been stretchered away from the scene after being caught in a cemetery following a huge manhunt.



Triple murder suspect is CAUGHT in cemetery: Injured Kyle Clifford is ‘stretchered away from the scene’ after huge manhunt but police say no shots were fired by officers after BBC star’s wife and daughters ‘were tied up and shot dead with crossbow’


Kyle Clifford, 26, was seen being bundled into the back of an ambulance in the Hilly Fields area of Enfield, north London, by armed police and paramedics on Wednesday afternoon.

Witnesses said they saw the suspect being stretchered away while receiving medical treatment before he was taken to Royal London Hospital.

Officers said ‘no shots were fired by police’ and Clifford is being treated at a major trauma centre for his injuries.

A London Ambulance spokesperson said: ‘Ambulance crews and London’s air ambulance attended an incident in Lavender Hill Cemetery, Enfield, this afternoon. We treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre.’

Clifford became Britain’s most wanted man after police said they were hunting the ex-soldier in connection with the ‘murders’ of Carol Hunt, 61, and her two daughters Hannah, 28, and Louise, 25, who is the ex-girlfriend of Clifford.

The women, who are the wife and daughters of BBC Five Live racing commentator John Hunt, were found fatally injured inside their £800,000 detached home in Bushey,

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