Lincolnshire: Lilia Valutyte, Nine-Year-Old Girl Stabbed To Death in Lithuania: Two men were arrested near the scene where Lilia Valutyte was stabbed to death in Boston. There is a report that is claiming Lincolnshire Police have apprehended two men as suspects in the murder of a nine-year-old girl. On July 29, 2022, a nine-year-old girl, Lilia Valutyte, was stabbed to death while she was playing with her younger sister on Foutain Lane street in Boston.
Girl Stabbed To Death, Suspect Arrested
Shortly after the murder of a nine-year-old Lincolnshire Police took two people into custody for allegedly being connected with the murder of Lilia Valutyte. Reportedly, Lilia Valutyte succumbed to injuries sustained by a stabbing that occurred in Fountain Lane on Thursday around 6:30 PM. This led the Lincolnshire Police to initiate the hunt for the nine-year-old girl’s killer.
Lilia Valutyte Aged 9 from Boston Died
One person who is a resident of that area claimed to see a little girl’s doll pushchair lying to paramedic utensil being used in a failed attempt to rescue the girl. After observing CCTV footage the officers arrested a man who was running away from the scene following the attack.
The little girl Lilia Valutyte was playing with her sister in the street when a culprit stabbed her to death. On Friday, the Chief Superintendent of Lincolnshire Police, Kate Anderson, said, “We believe this to be an utter incident. We are pursuing extensive lines of inquiry and have committed plenty of resources to this investigation.”
APPEAL: We need your help to identify this man, who we want to speak to as part of a murder investigation. It follows the death of nine-year-old Lilia Valutyte, in #Boston, on Thursday.
— Lincolnshire Police (@LincsPolice) July 30, 2022
Kate Anderson ensured that patrolling intensity has been increased in the region and more officers have been deployed in Boston. He also claimed that special detectives have been roped in this case.
Superintendent Kate Anderson also wrote, “Lilia’s family is being supported by specially trained officers at this very difficult time.”
Matt Warmen who is the representative for Boston and Skegness of Conservative Party wrote on Twitter, “profoundly shocking news in Boston. I have spoken to senior officers and I am hugely grateful for all the emergency services. I have also been in contact with Tom Pursglove, Police minister, to ensure that any national help that might be useful is made available as quickly as possible.”