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Officers Launch A Murder Investigation After Sisters Were Found Lifeless

The police have launched a murder investigation following the death of the two sisters who were the daughters of Wilhelmina Smallman.

The police have launched a murder investigation following the death of the two sisters who were the daughters of Wilhelmina Smallman.

After a birthday function during the weekend, the two daughters of the Church of England`s first female archdeacon from a black minority ethnic background were found lifeless in a London park.

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The bodies of Nicole Smallman aged 27 and Biba Henry aged 46, were discovered in Fryent Country Park in Wembley, north-west London, on Sunday afternoon.

Nicole Smallman was a graduate at the University of Westminster and Henry was a social worker in the children`s services in Buckinghamshire council. She had been working with the local authority since 2017.

The mother of the two women, Wilhemina Smallman, was the archdeacon of Southend  in the diocese of Chelmsford unrtil she retired in 2016. She is also known as Mina and was the C of E`s first female archdeacon from a minority background.

Officers said that they believed the two ladies have been part of the group of around ten people convened in the park on Friday evening in celebration of Henry`s birthday. As reported by the police, the two sisters had remained at the park after their friends left.

When the sisters did not return home after the party, reports were made late on Saturday that the two women were missing.

The senior investigating officer, DCI Simon Harding, said that the families of the two sisters “have been devastated by their loss and they need answers. They have asked that their privacy is respected at this time as they come to terms with this horrific incident.”

He also said: “If you were in that area of the park from the evening of 5 June through to Sunday lunchtime, noticed the group, or saw anything else suspicious, please contact us immediately.”

“You may have stumbled upon items of property, but not realised the significance of them. If you did, you may well have information that could assist us hugely. No matter how insignificant it may seem, please contact us.”

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