19 December 2019 20:49
A woman has died after she was allegedly almost beheaded in a grisly murder in Woking. Neighbours said the victim was found with her "head almost severed" at the large home in Surrey, and it is understood they were given this information by medics. Surrey Police said two have been arrested who were "known to the victim". A statement read: "Officers were called to an address in Julian Close, Woking at 12.21pm following a concern for safety of a woman. The large home, with solar panels on the roof and a double garage, was sealed off by police as forensics combed the scene.
The victim's body was left at the scene to examination and was due to be taken to a mortuary later in the day. Daily Star Online has approached the South East Coast Ambulance Service and Surrey Police for more information. A woman was found with her 'head almost severed' after being murdered at her large Surrey home. Police were scrambled to the large detached property in Woking just after midday today where she was found with horrific knife injuries. Neighbours claim she was found in a pool of blood with severe wounds to her neck. She was pronounced dead at the scene and two men, believed to be known to the woman, were arrested and remain in custody. Tonight the large detached house, with solar panels in the roof and a double garage, was sealed off by police as forensic science specialists combed the rooms for evidence. A woman has died after she was found with horrific knife wounds in a pool of blood by police in this residential street in Woking, Surrey The victim's body was left at the scene for a pathologist to examine and was expected to be removed later to the mortuary. A spokesman for Surrey Police confirmed that two men 'known to the victim' had been arrested on suspicion of murder. 'Officers were called to an address in Julian Close, Woking at 12.21pm following a concern for safety of a woman. 'On arrival a woman was found dead inside the property. Two men, known to the deceased, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are currently in custody. Inspector Andy Greaves, from Woking Police, said: 'This afternoon a number of resources attended a quiet area of Woking following a serious incident within a home address. 'This investigation is in its early stages and it would be wrong to speculate on exactly what's happened, however what I am able to share is that this is an isolated incident which poses no risk to the wider public following the arrests made at the scene.'