Boston 9-year-girl Lilia Valutyte murdered, stabbed, Deividas Skebas charged with murder

Boston 9-year-girl Lilia Valutyte murdered, stabbed, Deividas Skebas charged with murder

Lilia Valutyte, 9, of Boston, was stabbed and murdered while playing in the street in Lincolnshire on Thursday evening. Lilia was reportedly found with a stab wound while playing with a hula hoop with her younger sister. Deividas Skebas, 22, has been charged with the murder of Lilia Valutyte, a nine-year-old girl. Come learn everything you need to know about Lilia Valutyte murdered, including her age, parents, stabbed, killer Deividas Skebas, and other details:

Who was 9-year old Lilia Valutyte? Before she was murdered, where did she live?

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9-year old Lilia Valutyte murdered on Thursday, July 28 Source: the guardian

Lilia Valutyte was a 9-year-old high school student in Boston. Lillia was a lovely angel who was quiet and loved dancing. Lilia was discovered with a stab wound on Fountain Lane, Boston, Lincolnshire, at 6.20pm on Thursday, July 28. Lilia was reportedly found with a stab wound while playing with a hula hoop with her younger sister.

Marko Iosif, nine, was in the same class as Lillia and said she was “always really enthusiastic and always happy”. 

Marko’s father, Alin, said Lillia’s death was “terrifying” and “everyone is very scared”. He added that people “do not feel safe anymore” and parents are “scared to leave the kids in the street now”.

In remembrance of the schoolgirl, dozens of flowers and other memorials have been left at the intersection of Fountain Lane and Fountain Place.

People have also gathered to burn candles at the adjacent St Botolph’s church. The Rev Jane Robertson stated that the community was gathering to reflect on what had occurred.

In a touching Facebook tribute, family friend Jurate Matulioniene said Lilia ‘was a ray of the sunlight. The pain is unspeakable. Rest in peace, little angel’.

Who are Lilia’s parents? Family, Step-Father, Sister

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Lilia Valutyte step father Aurelijus Savickas and mother Lina Savicke Source: Facebook

9-year old Lilia Valutyte was living with her Mother Lina Savicke, step father Aurelijus Savickas, 32 and younger sister whose name is unknown till now. Her mother’s Lina Savicke’s, Owner at Paradise Boston and Supervisor at MS Agricultural Service Limited. There is no information regarding her biological father. Her parents are being supported by specially trained officers, and we would urge for their privacy to be respected at this particularly difficult time. Their welfare continues to be a priority for us.

Chief superintendent Martyn Parker added: “This is a heartbreaking case that has affected many people in Boston, and further afield. “Our thoughts continue to be with Lilia’s family at this exceptionally difficult time.”

When and Where was the body of Lilia Valutyte found?

Little Lillia was reportedly stabbed around 6.20pm on July 28th while playing on the street with her sister outside her Lithuanian mother Lina Savicke’s embroidery and screen printing store on Fountain Lane in Boston.

Around 150 people gathered for the poignant ‘service of prayers and reflection’ at St Botolph’s Church, the landmark known as Boston Stump 100 yards from the spot where little Lilia died.

Where did she go to school before she died?

Lilia Valutyte was a 9-year-old Bos ton high school student. On July 28, about 6.20 p.m., the schoolgirl was killed in a suspected stabbing on Fountain Lane, Boston.

Police officers have been speaking with members of the public in the town to listen to their concerns and Lincolnshire police will “continue to maintain a significant presence over the coming days”.

Ch Supt Martyn Parker said: “This is a heartbreaking case that has affected many people in Boston and further afield. Our thoughts continue to be with Lilia’s family at this exceptionally difficult time.”

Who is Lithuanian man Deividas Skebas, charged for Lilia Valutyte murder ? His wiki, parents, girlfriend

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Lilia Valutyte Lithuanian man Deividas Skebas Source: Daily mail

Deividas Skebas comes from a family of Lithuanian “high class” and “business people.” He was studying in Lithuania when he came to work in England. He had left the UK due to health issues. He returned to Lithuania but recently returned to Boston. Skebas was dating 23-year-old Beata Sapuskaite. They recently split up after he left the UK due to health issues.

Skebas’s former girlfriend Beata Sapuskaite, 23, told The Times he had left the UK after having health problems. She also described Skebas’ family in Lithuania as ‘upper class’ and ‘business people’.

Deividas Skebas, 22, was accused Friday night with the girl’s murder outside her mother’s embroidery shop near the center of Boston, Lincolnshire, at around 6.20 p.m. last Thursday. Armed officers surrounded a neighboring property on Saturday, only four hours after Lincolnshire Police published CCTV footage of a man seen in the area immediately before the stabbing.

He was spotted standing impassively in the street, dressed in black tracksuit trousers with a white line design and a black hooded top, with his arms behind his back, as a cop held his arms behind his back.

What did the police say after the investigation?

In a statement, Lincolnshire police said: “We have this evening charged 22-year-old Deividas Skebas with the murder of nine-year-old Lilia Valutyte.” Skebas, a Lithuanian national of Thorold Street, Boston, is due to appear at Lincoln magistrates court on Monday.

Chief Supt Martyn Parker said: “This is a heartbreaking case that has affected many people in Boston, and further afield. “Our thoughts continue to be with Lilia’s family at this exceptionally difficult time.

“The response to such a devastating incident has involved committing significant resources to the investigation,  and engaging with people in Boston who are understandably shocked by Lilia’s death.

“Our officers have been in the town, speaking to the public and listening to their concerns. We’ll continue to maintain a significant presence over the coming days.

“Finally, I’d like to extend my thanks once again to the public and the media, who have provided help in a challenging and fast-moving case. Your support is appreciated by our officers and staff.”

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