Armed police have searched a home in Enfield as the hunt for the suspect in a triple murder continues.

Three women were found critically injured at a home in Bushey yesterday evening (July 9). They later died at the scene.

Hertfordshire Police Chief Superintendent Jon Simpson said the victims were aged 25, 28 and 61, and that it was believed the attack was “targeted”.

Kyle Clifford is wanted in connection to the incident. It is believed the 26-year-old is from Enfield.

Officers have been searching for Clifford across Hertfordshire and north London this afternoon.

The PA news agency reports that armed police have been searching a home in Rendlesham Road.

Neighbours said that the house, close to Gordon Hill station, was swarmed by officers this morning (July 10).

Two officers were reportedly stood outside the home at 1.30pm, after a cordon was removed.

One neighbour, who did not wish to be named, told the PA news agency: “They kept going in and out of the property carrying guns, the whole road was taped off.

“It was over quite quickly but there’s been helicopters flying around the area all day.

“I don’t recognise the suspect at all, as far as I’m concerned he didn’t live in the house.”