One of the UK’s richest men was stabbed to death during a burglary


April 8, 2021 21:18 GMT

Anne Schreiber, wife of Richard Lexington Sutton, was also injured and was hospitalized in critical condition.

– An armed attack on the British “Baron’s” Palace and the Richard Lexington Sutton Hotel in southern England, killing its owner and seriously wounding a woman, Report The Daily Mail with reference to the police.

The 83-year-old aristocrat was reportedly stabbed. The woman, who has been identified as his wife Anne Schreiber, was also stabbed at Southmead Hospital in Bristol in critical condition.

A vehicle linked to the commission of the crime was tracked down by the officers. As a result, the suspect, a 34-year-old man, was arrested in London the same night. He was also taken to hospital with non-life-threatening wounds.

With a family fortune of $ 413 million, Sutton is ranked 435th Ready One of the richest Britons compiled by The Times.

In a statement in this regard, a spokesman for Sir Richard Sutton Ltd., which manages the property of the “Baronet”, confirmed his death, describing him as “a loving, generous and warm family man.”

A company spokesperson stated, “Sir Richard was dedicated to both his company and his staff, setting the highest standards of quality in hotels, agriculture and real estate interests within the group.”

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