A woman, Kanticha Noon, was found dead alongside her two nieces and brother-in-law in a home in Norfolk. Kanticha was on a trip from Thailand to her sister’s family home when she was discovered with stab wounds on Friday. The other victims were Bartlomiej Kuczynski, 45, his 12-year-old daughter Jasmin, and her sister Downreuang, seven. It was confirmed that Bartlomiej and the woman both died of stab wounds to the neck, and a post mortem will determine how the two girls died. Kanticha had arrived in the UK on December 27 and was due to return home next month. Described as a caring woman, she had spent most of her time with her nieces, who she loved dearly.
Floral tributes and toys have been left at the house in Costessey, near Norwich, where the victims were found. The house remains taped off by police, and the police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths. Sources said Bartlomiej called police at 6am on Friday, but they didn’t send any officers until a second call from a member of the public an hour later. The police referred themselves to the watchdog for attending the home on December 14 in connection with a missing person enquiry. Kanticha ran a UK-based kid’s clothing store with her sister.
It is a tragic case of the deaths of a woman and her two nieces and brother-in-law in Norfolk. Kanticha Noon, a caring and loving woman, had arrived in the UK on a trip to visit her family when she was found with stab wounds. Her two nieces, Jasmin, 12, and Downreuang, seven, were also found dead alongside their father. Kanticha’s best friend described her as a “caring” woman who was single and spent most of her time with the girls. The police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths, and they have referred themselves to the watchdog for attending the home back in December in connection with a missing person enquiry.
The tragic event has left a community in mourning, as floral tributes and toys have been left by the house where the victims were found. The police have cordoned off the area and are still investigating the situation. Kanticha’s clothing store that she ran with her sister is a reminder of the bright future that has been abruptly cut short. The details of the incident are still under investigation, and the police have called for a post mortem to determine further details about the cause of death. This is a tragic and heartbreaking incident that has shocked many, and the community is coming together to mourn the loss of the lives of Kanticha, her nieces, and brother-in-law.