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Woman in her twenties is found dead at north London home before man is killed at Tube station 

Woman in her twenties is found dead at north London home just minutes before man ‘known to victim’ is killed at Green Park Tube station six miles away

  • A man and a woman who both died on the same day apparently knew each other 
  •  Officers found a woman in her 20s  dead in a house in Harlesden, North London
  •  Minutes after the discovery the man was hit at Green Park Underground station

The body of a young woman was found at a north London home just minutes before a man ‘who she knew’ was hit and killed by a train at Green Park Tube station. 

Met Police are investigating the two deaths but confirmed they are linking them at this stage, when asked by MailOnline. 

Officers were called to an address at 12.07pm on Thursday following reports of a death of a woman in her 20s at the property, in Harlesden.

The two deaths occurred within six miles of each other and were spaced just 12 minutes apart

The body of a woman in her 20s was found on Ambleside Road in Harlesden, north London. Detectives are currently making enquiries about the woman who was known to the man who died in Green Park station

The body of a woman in her 20s was found on Ambleside Road in Harlesden, north London. Detectives are currently making enquiries about the woman who was known to the man who died in Green Park station

A man in his 30s died five miles away at Green Park tube station in central London a few minutes later. His death is not being treated as suspicious.

Police say the man and woman knew each other.

A next-door Neighbour of the house on Ambleside described the woman who lived there as ‘very calm and polite’ along with a man who also lived there.

He said: ‘ It is a complete shock, there were no previous incidents.’

‘It was always a quiet house, you don’t hear anything.’ 

Mary O’Sullivan, 83, who lives next-door-but-one, said: ‘It is shocking, it’s very sad. This has always been a very quiet street.’

‘I usually see a man coming in and out who looked like a businessman. I don’t know if lived there or is related at all.’

‘He always used to be putting his work things in and out of the car. It hasn’t moved for weeks.’

The man was killed after being hit by a train inside Green Park Underground station on the 10th of October

The man was killed after being hit by a train inside Green Park Underground station on the 10th of October

When is it going to stop? Twitter users voiced their dismay at yet another death that has occurred within the capital

When is it going to stop? Twitter users voiced their dismay at yet another death that has occurred within the capital

A Met Police spokesman said: ‘Detectives are investigating following the death of a man and woman on Thursday.’

‘Police were called to a residential address in Ambleside Road at 12.07pm following reports of a death at the property.’

‘Officers attended and found a woman, believed to be aged in her 20s, deceased. Police are in the process of informing her next of kin.

‘A post-mortem will take place in due course to establish the cause of death. Formal identification awaits.’

He added: ‘Police were informed by British Transport Police of the death of a man on the underground at Green Park at 12.19pm on Thursday.’

‘His death is not being treated as suspicious.’

‘The man, aged in his 30s, was known to the woman found dead in Ambleside Road. Formal identification awaits.’

‘Enquiries into the full circumstances continue.’ 

Posters on social media have been shaken by the events, as another death rocks London.

Mary Lou, a twitter user said: ‘When is it going to stop…so many deaths and lives ruined…heartbreaking’

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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