The woman found dead in Kettering’s house in Northamptonshire was named 22-year-old Maddy Dardant Holambi.
Police began investigating the murder after her body was found by a police officer in the house. The body of a man was also found there.
An ambulance crew was called to the slate drive site around 1 pm on Friday, and the body was found after reports of concerns about Maddy’s welfare.
Maddy, a marketing executive in the construction industry, was also called Maddy Horanby.
According to Northamptonshire Police, formal identification of the deceased man will take place over the next few days, and police will not be able to appoint him until this process is complete.
Police said no arrests had been made and they were not looking for anyone else in connection with their inquiry.
According to a statement released on Saturday, they believe the death occurred in a “containment incident.”
On Sunday, Maddy’s family said in a statement:
“Our heart is broken and we can’t imagine a life without her. The shock and pain we feel is indescribable.
“She was beautiful both inside and out, and she only liked spending time with family and friends.
“Maddy is a kind, compassionate, compassionate young woman who has touched the lives of everyone she meets.
“Her creative talent as a talented dancer continued through school and into her marketing career. Just as her career blossomed, her life was sadly shortened.
“Our thoughts are in everyone who knew and loved Maddy as much as we did.”
Her family is supported by specially trained officers from the military’s leading criminal investigation team.
Detective Nicole Maine, a senior investigator, said: “This incident is so tragic that our team has been working over the last 48 hours to establish the deadly situation for the two.
“Maddie Durdant-Hollamby was a young woman with a bright future in front of her. To answer the question about how she came to lose her life, we have her family complete. I am trying to be supported by.
“Our research has so far found no known background of domestic violence in this case, but contact anyone who has information that may be relevant to our inquiry as soon as possible. I continue to appeal to you. “
If you have relevant information, please call 101 or send it online. here.. The incident number is 21000498738.