Natalie Mcnally: Why He Killed The Pregnant Lady?
In Lurgan, detectives investigating the death of Natalie McNally have detained a man. Based on a murder suspect, the 32-year-old is being interrogated. Police stated on Wednesday that 32-year-old Ms. McNally was 15 weeks pregnant and may have known her murderer.
Insp. Det According to John Caldwell, she had been stabbed multiple times, and some of her injuries appeared to have been sustained while attempting to defend herself. Sunday evening, she passed away, Mr. Caldwell continued.
On Monday evening, she was declared deceased at her Silverwood Green, County Armagh, residence. Mr. Caldwell reported that there was no evidence of a break-in. Mr. Caldwell added that a double tragedy has resulted from this terrible attack that occurred in her own home.
The author writes, “What should have been a joyful period preceding Christmas has turned into unfathomable anguish and heartache.” A 30-year-old man suspected of murder was released on bond on Tuesday pending further investigation.
‘It’s An Honor To Know Her’
Ms. McNally was employed in the marketing department of the public transportation provider Translink. The company stated, “The news of our friend and colleague Natalie’s passing has shocked and saddened us today…
We extend our deepest condolences to her family and friends during this difficult time, as she was a valuable member of the Translink marketing team. In social media posts, she was referred to as “one of the best” by her peers.
She also knew Alliance Party candidate Matthew Beaumont, who ran in the most recent Northern Ireland Assembly election. In an online statement, he stated, “Natalie was one of the nicest people I had the privilege of knowing in this country.”
She was one of the first people I met in this city, and she was extremely supportive of my decision to enter politics and work with the disadvantaged. It breaks my heart to see this. A good egg has departed the planet.”
The death of Ms. McNally shocked Séamus de Faoite, a councilor for the Social Democratic and Labour Parties in Belfast. The last time I spoke with Natalie on a friendly basis, he tweeted that she was leaving Belfast Pride with her parents.
Carla Lockhart, a member of the Democratic Unionist Party from Upper Bann, described her as “a young woman with everything to live for.” Monday at 2:00 p.m. (GMT), officers were dispatched to the Silverwood Green residence.
Dt Ch Insp John Caldwell is seeking information from anyone who may have driven on Kiln Road in Lurgan on Sunday between 20:45 and 21:21. He pleaded with the public to contact Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.