Detective Inspector Andy McWatt, who is leading the enquiry, confirmed on Monday that nobody else was currently being sought in connection with the incident. He said on May 2: “We still have several lines of enquiry to look into to establish the exact circumstances around what has happened, and post mortem examinations have yet to take place to find out what caused the deaths of both of these people, but 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.”
A cordon is in place while forensics teams complete their examinations and local officers are in the area carrying out enquiries. A number of floral tributes have been placed at the house.
The Sleaford Fight Academy, a martial arts school of which Ms Gabaliene was a member, described her as one of their “longest, most hard working students”.
“D was one of our original members from when we started pre-covid inside New Image Gym. A shy girl who asked a member of staff if she could join in as she was too scared to approach us herself. From there she fell in love with the sport.
The identities of a man and woman found dead together in a house over the weekend have been revealed by the police for the first time.
The bodies of Diana Gabaliene, 33, and Deividas Gabalis, 40 were discovered inside a house on George Street, Sleaford on Sunday, May 1. A Lincolnshire Police spokesperson said: “We are now able to confirm the two people who died are Diana Gabaliene, aged 33, and Deividas Gabalis, aged 40. “Our family liaison officers are in contact with the families.
The Police investigation is still ongoing, stay tuned with us for more updates, May their souls rest in perfect peace.