BBC commentator's wife, 2 daughters killed in U.K. crossbow attack

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British police arrest suspect in crossbow killings of BBC commentator’s family

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British police are searching for a man in connection with the murders of three women whose bodies were found inside a house northwest of London Tuesday night. Police said Kyle Clifford, 26, may still be armed with a crossbow and warn the public not to approach him. The victims were the wife and two adult daughters of John Hunt, a commentator on BBC Racing, CBS News' partner network BBC News said.

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