A 31-year-old woman and her father were stabbed death at their north London home.
The father and daughter of the man, 61 years old, and woman who were found dead in a Wood Green house yesterday morning are confirmed by police.
The police are currently holding the 52-year-old suspect in a murder investigation 56 miles away.
Police were alerted to reports that a suspect was acting in Huntingdon on Sunday morning.
After this incident, Met representatives were called to come and inspect the Wood Green property where both victims were discovered dead.
After double murder investigation, a forensic vehicle was parked in front of a Wood Green block of flats.
The pair were claimed by neighbours, but officers have yet to identify them.
A neighbour said that they were often out and about. They would be seen on their balconies, however, we wouldn’t see them together with any other people.
“The father was partially deaf. While he was friendly, he never shot a fly. Sometimes he would request to use my smartphone.
“You will never know what happens behind closed doors. You might be surprised at what happens around you.
“They weren’t really close friends, but they knew each other’s dad.
Both were discovered unresponsive by a Wood Green resident at Mayes Road, in north London.
One said, “What has happened was shocking.” You can help prevent crime from increasing wherever you are.
“It’s very unfortunate that this has happened to our family.”
Metropolitan Police spokesperson said that although formal identification has not yet taken place, they are certain the man and woman are father/daughter.
“A post-mortem will be held in due course. Specialist officers are supporting their next-of-kin.
On Sunday, the pair was found in disarray at a Wood Green property located on Mayes Road.
“The man, 52 years old, was taken into custody on suspicion that he has committed murder.
Claire Hine is Detective Chief Inspector and she leads the murder investigation.
“Our thoughts are with them as they cope with an unbearable loss.
“We provide and will continue providing them with any support that we can.
“We believe that the victim and the man held in custody knew each other. Although the investigation remains in its infancy, we have no plans to look for more suspects. We are confident in our ability to find the right person and to ensure there is no risk to anyone in the vicinity.
“I urge anybody who witnessed or heard any unusual behaviour or observed it in the area of Mayes Road this weekend to call the police.
“Information that can help us create a picture of the events in this case might be very valuable.”