Police have named the “murdered” woman who was found dead at home with a man in Catering as her heartbroken family paid tribute.
Detectives investigating the case say they believe the death of 22-year-old Medi Dordent Holmbey, from Wemblington, Cambridgeshire, was a homicide.
The bodies of a woman and a man were found at the property shortly before 1pm on Friday, Northamptonshire Police said, adding that they were not looking for anyone else for questioning.
Official identification of the man is expected by the middle of next week.
Medi’s devastated family is being supported by specially trained officers from the force’s Major Crime Investigation Team.
The family said: “We are devastated by the loss of Madi, our beautiful daughter, sister, granddaughter and niece.
Our hearts are broken and we cannot imagine life without it. The shock and pain we feel is indescribable.
She was a beautiful person, both inside and out, who wanted nothing more than to spend time with her family and friends.
Maddie was a kind, caring, thoughtful young woman who touched everyone’s life. A talented dancer, her creativity continued through school and throughout her career in marketing. His life has sadly been cut short as his career unfolded.
Our thoughts are with everyone who knew and loved Medi as much as we did.
The two deaths are being investigated and anyone with relevant information is asked to call 101 or submit it online here. https://mipp.police.uk/operation/33EM21D79-PO1.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Nicole Mann said: “First of all, I offer my condolences to the bereaved family, friends and media colleagues. This case is very unfortunate and our team has been working for the last 48 hours to establish the circumstances that led to the deaths of these two people.
Medi Dordent Holmbay was a young woman with a bright future ahead of her, and we are making sure that her family is fully supported as we work to answer her questions so that she can live her life. How lost
Our investigation has not yet found any known background of domestic abuse in this case, but we urge anyone to share any information they believe is relevant to our inquiries as soon as possible. Contact us soon.
Everyone in our team, and throughout the military, shares the views of the families and friends of the victims, and we say that the media should respect their privacy and make no effort to contact them or interfere in their grief. Do In this incredibly difficult time.
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