Woman and children found dead in Liverpool flat

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 1, 2017

Bodies of a woman and two children have been found in an apartment in Liverpool that once served as the residence of John Lennon.

Neighbors said fans of the legendary rock band, the Beatles, often visited the street to view the house where Lennon lived with his first wife Cynthia after their marriage in the early 1960s.

Tour guide Jay Riley, 67, said yesterday: "This is where John and Cynthia, his first wife, spent their honeymoon and where he wrote the song Do You Want To Know A Secret".

He said: "I didn't know them, I just knew there was a family living there. The children were toddler age", he said.

The scene in Falkner Street, Liverpool, where the bodies of a woman and two children were found on Tuesday evening.

He described seeing one man being "rushed out" into an ambulance, shortly before police evacuated part of the street.

The man arrested, 30, took ill and was taken to hospital for treatment.

They added police were not looking for anyone else at this stage.

The force said a post-mortem examination will be carried out and tests were being carried out on a substance located at the scene.

"But residents have been allowed back into their properties, with the exception of the properties either side of the address".

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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