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Stunning tale of murder-suicide rocks London as police open inquest into grisly discovery of couple ‘s bodies

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A tale of a love relationship gone wrong in Harrogate has shocked the U.K this week. In Harrogate, the story of two Chenise Gregory and Michael McGibbon, both 29 ended after both were found stabbed to death in their Hilton hotel room. According to North Yorks police, they believe the acts to have been an alleged murder-suicide though an inquest has been opened into their deaths.

Temporary Detective Chief Inspector Jonathan Sygrove of North Yorkshire Police’s Major Investigation Team said (per reports): ‘An investigation into the circumstances around the deaths is ongoing, but the evidence we have gathered at this stage suggests it as a suspected murder-suicide.

‘A post-mortem has taken place that has confirmed the couple died from stab wounds. We are treating Ms Gregory’s death as murder and we are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

‘This is a very sad case and our thoughts are with their families and friends at this difficult time.


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