22-year-old man arrested over the murder of nine-year-old Lillia Valutyte

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22-year-old man arrested over the murder of nine-year-old Lillia Valutyte

On suspicion of killing nine-year-old Lillia Valutyte, a man has been detained.

The 22-year-old was apprehended in the Boston Central Park neighborhood on Saturday at about 2.45 p.m., according to Lincolnshire Police.

Several members of the public came forward with information after the force posted four CCTV photographs of a guy they were trying to identify.

Police are keeping the man in prison, and although though they are not seeking for anybody else in connection with the event, they will still be doing further inquiries in the community.

Police are keeping the man in prison, and although though they are not seeking for anybody else in connection with the event, they will still be doing further inquiries in the community.

Chief Superintendent Martyn Parker praised the public in a statement at 4 p.m. on Saturday and asked anybody else with information to contact police.

We continue to urge anybody with information to get in touch with us, he added, adding that you may do so by using the major incident portal, which is described on our website.

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“Once more, I’d want to personally thank you for the encouragement you’ve received from the public and the media.

Your assistance is much valued.

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Lillia pictured celebrating her eighth birthday

Around 6.20 p.m. on Thursday, Lillia was discovered on Fountain Lane in Boston.

According to reports, she was outside with her younger sister playing just a few yards from the workplace where their mother was apparently working at the time.

Locals said that a toy pram was abandoned at the scene and that the girls were carrying a hula hoop.

The small child was playing on the street with her younger sister when it happened, a local neighbor told the Telegraph. There were several toys there.

Her mother would not have been far away because she frequently checked on them, I’m sure. She was a very reserved young lady, which baffles me.

‘I didn’t see what happened, but we were told they (police) were looking for footage of a man running away.’

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A close family friend and the head of the Boston Lithuanian Community, Jurate Matulioniene, told The Times that Lilia was “a lovely angel, rather shy, and she adored dancing.”

The family used to attend all of our community activities and would regularly linger beyond their bedtime to assist with cleanup.

We want to have a fundraiser, so I spoke to the mother and asked for her account information, but she refused.

In their most recent update, the police have changed Lillia’s first name’s spelling.

If you have any information, phone 101 and mention incident 419 from July 28.

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