Sir Richard Sutton: Man suspected of killing one of UK’s richest men stopped by armed police after 100-mile drive | UK News

Armed officers “forcibly stopped” the automobile of a person suspected of killing one of Britain’s richest men, an eyewitness has advised Sky News.

The 34-year-old was arrested in west London – greater than 100 miles from the place millionaire hotelier Sir Richard Sutton was stabbed to dying at his dwelling in Dorset.

A automobile believed to be linked to the incident was positioned following “fast-time enquiries”, and 6 police forces have been concerned in monitoring its journey.

A automobile was ‘forcibly stopped’ by armed officers in Chiswick – greater than 100 miles from Dorset

Maureen Kane, whose Chiswick dwelling ignored the highway the place officers intercepted the suspect late on Wednesday night time, advised Sky News she heard a crash and noticed armed officers pull a person out of a automobile.

“I regarded out of the window and noticed about 20 police vehicles, they have been swerving to dam this automobile in, and there have been police officers throughout the automobile with what regarded like machine weapons pointed at it.

“I assumed it was a scene from a film at first…

“There have been lights flashing and a lot shouting – it was so noisy and chaotic.

“The police officers simply stored shouting at him: ‘What’s your title? What’s your title?'”

She added that when police pulled the person out the automobile he was “lined in blood”.

Thomas Schreiber was arrested in Chiswick

The suspect was taken to hospital for therapy to accidents that aren’t believed to be life-threatening

“The police put him on a stretcher and lined him in a silver blanket.

“Then an air ambulance arrived, and the paramedics began treating him – they handled him for about half-hour earlier than taking him away.”

Dorset Police has confirmed that the person was subsequently taken to hospital for therapy to accidents that aren’t believed to be life-threatening.

Sir Richard and a lady – named in studies as his spouse – had been attacked throughout an incident in Higher Langham, close to Gillingham.

The 83-year-old was declared useless a short while later, whereas the girl, aged in her 60s, was airlifted to Bristol’s Southmead Hospital in a crucial situation.

According to detectives, the arrested man and the victims have been identified to one another.

An announcement from Sir Richard’s firm mentioned: “Sir Richard was a caring, beneficiant and heat household man, who genuinely regarded those that labored for him as half of his prolonged household.

“Sir Richard was passionately dedicated to each his firm and its folks, setting the very best requirements for high quality within the lodge, farming and property pursuits throughout the group.

“His loss might be felt by everybody throughout the firm, those that labored with him, and his household who’ve misplaced an unimaginable particular person. Our ideas are with the Sutton household at this tragic time.”

According to The Sunday Times, Sir Richard’s fortune is value £301m, making him the 435th-wealthiest particular person within the nation.

He owned the five-star Sheraton Grand and Athenaeum inns on London’s Park Lane.

The entrepreneur had an in depth property and farming portfolio, together with the 6,500-acre Benham Estate in West Berkshire and the Stainton Estate in Lincolnshire.

Sheraton Grand hotel in London. Pic: Google Street View

Sheraton Grand Hotel in London. Pic: Google Street View

Dorset Police’s Major Crime Investigation Team is main an investigation into what occurred.

Detective Inspector Simon Huxter, who’s main the investigation, mentioned: “Our ideas are with the household of the person who sadly died and the injured lady at this extraordinarily tough time and they’re being supported by specifically educated officers.

“We might be finishing up a full investigation to ascertain precisely what occurred on the tackle in Higher Langham, and I’d attraction to anybody who noticed or heard something suspicious within the space on the night of 7 April to please contact us.”

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