UK town’s ‘horror’ as ‘shy’ and quiet’ couple are mysteriously found dead

The mysterious death of a "quiet" and "shy" couple found in their home has left a UK town "shocked" as police announce a probe into the tragedy.

Diana Gabailene, 33, and Deividas Gabalis, 40, were sadly found dead together in a house on Sunday.

The couple's death has sent shockwaves through the town as friends and neighbours have spoken out about their horror.

One local resident said Sleaford, Lincolnshire, had never "had anything like this" before and added "it's so shocking in our town".

They added: "I don't understand how something like this could happen. It's horrible."

A colleague of Mr Gabalis at the Moy Park food plant in Anwick, claimed he was at work on Friday.

The couple, originally from Lithuania, were described by one local resident as "very quiet".

Dad-of-six Michael Trollope added: "You wouldn't know they were there."

A neighbour who lives opposite the home where the couple were tragically found, said the couple just "kept themselves to themselves".

"All the police arrived at about 4pm on Sunday," neighbour Jennifer Cook added.

"There were lots of police cars and vans. It’s frightening really that something like this has happened."

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Ms Gabaliene has been described by Martial arts school Sleaford Fight Academy as one of their "longest, most hard-working students", according to the Grimsby Telegraph.

Police have confirmed that the couple's families are being supported by specially-trained officers.

A spokesperson said: "Our investigation continues into these tragic events and our thoughts are with the family and friends of those involved."

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Andy McWatt, detective inspector, said there were "several lines of inquiry to look into" so the "exact circumstances" of what happened can be established.

"Post mortem examinations have yet to take place to find out what caused the deaths of both of these people," he said.

"However, I am satisfied that, at this moment, we do not need to look for anyone else in connection with this investigation.

“I appreciate there may be a good deal of public interest and concern in relation to this tragic incident and we’re working hard to establish the facts, but I want to make clear that we do not think there is any wider threat to the public."

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