Bibaa Henry Wiki, Biography, Age, Death, Killer Arrested, Investigation

Who was Bibaa Henry? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Cause of Death, Killer Arrested, Investigation

Bibaa Henry Wiki – Biography

Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, 27, were found stabbed to death in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London, on June 7 – more than 24 hours after they were last seen alive.

Ms. Henry and Ms. Smallman were the daughters of Wilhelmina Smallman, the UK’s first female Church of England archdeacon from a minority ethnic background.

Last week, it emerged that two police officers were arrested after they allegedly shared selfies of the sisters’ bodies on a WhatsApp group.

Labour MP Dawn Butler previously told Channel 4 News: “It is so disturbing that it is just unthinkable.

“To take a selfie with two dead women and then to share that with a forum on a WhatsApp group, it makes you wonder just whats going on and what these officers have been up to previously.”

Bibaa Henry Age

Bibaa Henry was 46 years old.

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Cause of Death

Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were found dead next to each other in Fryent Country Park in Wembley on June 7.

They were last seen alive in the early hours of June 6 while celebrating Ms. Henry’s birthday with a group of friends. Police suspect, they were killed by a stranger.

Detectives found the sisters’ mobile phones in a pond some distance from their bodies. Officers have recovered more than 1,000 exhibits and have been looking through hours of CCTV in their search for a suspect.

A spokesperson for Metropolitan Police said: “Detectives investigating the murders of Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in Wembley have arrested a man overnight.

A team of forensic officers has been a constant presence at the park over the last few weeks carrying out meticulous fingertip searches at what is a vast and complex crime scene.

“Whilst that work has now concluded, smaller searches in outer areas of the park will continue.

To date, officers have recovered more than 1,000 exhibits – including property belonging to both Nicole and Bibaa, collected hours of CCTV, and visited hundreds of homes and businesses.

“And those inquiries remain ongoing.

“I would continue to appeal to the public to come forward with any information they feel may be relevant to our investigation.”

Ms. Henry, from Brent, and Ms. Smallman, from Harrow, had gathered in the park with friends from about 7.40 pm on June 5, a Friday night, to celebrate the older sibling’s 46th birthday.

Guests gradually left throughout the night, leaving the sisters alone in the park by 12.30 am on June 6. The last contact they are believed to have had with family and friends was at 1.05 am.

Selfies recovered from one of the sisters’ phones shows them in “good spirits” as they danced with fairy lights and listened to music shortly before they were attacked. Police suspect, they were killed by a stranger.

They were dancing with fairy lights until at least 1.13 am. Calls to the victims at about 2.30 am went unanswered.

Worries’ family members alerted police late on June 6 after the sisters failed to answer calls and did not return home.

Police were called to the park just after 1 pm on June 7, a Sunday afternoon, to a report of two women found unresponsive in a treeline.

The sisters were pronounced dead at the scene.

A post-mortem examination revealed that both women had been stabbed to death.

The two police officers who allegedly shared selfies of the sisters’ bodies were arrested by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) on suspicion of misconduct in a public office.

They have been suspended from duty.

Scotland Yard said it was made aware of allegations that “non-official and inappropriate photographs” had been taken at the crime scene.

The IOPC said the pictures were allegedly shared with a “small number” of people.

The police watchdog is separately investigating how Met Police handled calls from the sisters’ concerned family and friends after they failed to return home and didn’t answer phone calls.

Killer Arrested

An 18-year-old man was arrested overnight on suspicion of murdering two sisters nearly a month after they were found stabbed to death in a London park.

Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were killed in a frenzied knife attack at Fryent Park in Wembley, North West London, in the early hours of June 6.

They had spent the evening celebrating Ms. Henry’s birthday, but police were called to the park the next day at about 1 pm to reports of two women found unresponsive.

Police probing the stabbing deaths of two sisters in a London park have arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of double murder.

Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, were found dead next to each other in Fryent Country Park in Wembley on June 7.

They were last seen alive in the early hours of June 6 while celebrating Ms. Henry’s birthday with a group of friends. Police suspect, they were killed by a stranger.

The arrest came after police and the siblings’ devastated parents made multiple appeals and released the tragic final pictures of the pair dancing with fairy lights in the darkness shortly before they were killed.

The 18-year-old was arrested at an address in south London and remains in police custody.

Investigation

The 18-year-old was arrested at an address in south London on suspicion of both murders. He was taken into custody where he remains.”

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding, who is leading the investigation at Specialist Crime, said: “This investigation into the awful death of two sisters is of course a priority for the MPS and my officers have been working around the clock to identify the person responsibly.

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