A Female has been detained below the Psychological Overall health Act immediately after she was arrested for the alleged murder of two-12 months-outdated Annabel Mackey.
Little Annabel was tragically discovered “unresponsive” in Kingsley Pond in the vicinity of Bordon in Hampshire minutes immediately after she was reported missing on Sunday.
Cops had been called to the tot’s residence in Forge Road at about 5.02pm that day.
An urgent hunt to uncover the minimal lady was then launched.
She was found in Kingsley Pond soon after – just 200m from her house.
Now a female has been arrested on suspicion of murder and detained underneath the Psychological Health Act.
Hampshire Law enforcement mentioned: “A lady arrested on suspicion of murder pursuing the dying of a kid who was discovered at Kingsley Pond, has been produced from custody but stays under investigation.
“She has been detained below the Psychological Wellbeing Act.
“Police had been identified as at 5.02pm on Sunday, 10 September to a report of a two-calendar year-old woman who had absent missing from her property on Forge Street, Kingsley, Bordon.
“She was observed a short time afterwards in Kingsley Pond.
“She was taken to clinic in a severe affliction but sadly died on the afternoon of Monday, 11 September.
“The investigation is ongoing.”