Mother And Daughter Found Dead in House

December 4th, 20115:08 pm @


Mother And Daughter Found Dead in House

Police are investigating after two women – a mother and her daughter – were found dead at a house in Southport.

Merseyside Police were called to the address in Fairhaven Road at around 5.45pm on Saturday where the bodies were discovered.

They have been named as Alice Huyton, 75, and 54-year-old Angela Holgate.

Officers are treating the deaths as unexplained. Post mortem examinations will take place next week to establish the cause.

Barry Morrow

Police are searching for lodger Barry Morrow


Detectives are keen to trace 51-year-old Barry Morrow who lived at the property and who they believe may have vital information.

He is described as white, 5ft 7in tall, of medium to stocky build with straight, short brown hair that is receding and blue eyes.

Mrs Huyton was last seen on Friday evening when she left her home in Southport to visit her daughter, who had been ill recently and had not been seen out of the house for some time.

Her husband, thought to be in his 80s, was said to be “devastated” at news of the deaths.

Mr Morrow, thought to be an engineer by profession, is understood to have links to France and Spain.

Ms Holgate’s white Citroen with the registration PN11 RWK is also missing.

Chief Superintendent Nikki Holland, area commander for Sefton, said: “We are investigating the tragic deaths of these two women and our sympathy goes to their families.

Southport deaths

The house in Southport where the women’s bodies were found


“Detectives are investigating the circumstances around these deaths and are trying to piece together the women’s last movements.

“We are appealing to anyone with any information that may help us with this investigation to come forward as soon as possible.

“In particular we are keen to trace Mr Morrow, who lived at the house for a period of time and who we believe may have vital information for this investigation.”

Forensic experts are examining the scene and officers are carrying out house-to-house enquiries.

Anyone with any information is asked to call detectives on 0151 777 3165 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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