Elle Edwards’ mum sobs as service is held for beloved daughter shot dead on Christmas Eve | UK | News

Elle Edwards’ grief-stricken mum was barely holding back again her tears as she attended a memorial provider for her daughter, 26, today. Beautician Ms Edwards was killed at the Lighthouse pub in Wallasey Village, Wirral, soon just before midnight on December 24. She was shot in the head as she celebrated Xmas with buddies, dying afterwards in hospital. Three men and women arrested in link with the capturing have now all been produced from custody, as the investigation proceeds. Detectives believe Ms Edwards was not the meant target of the incident which claimed her daily life.

Talking to the Liverpool Echo outside the church, parish priest Canon Philip Moor said: “It is really a week on from the taking pictures on Xmas Eve and all the nearby churches have been open up now to give the community an prospect to occur with each other.

“They can say a minor prayer if they want to and gentle a candle, but to also have some silent time of reflection jointly as a community.”

Canon Moor, who has been the parish priest for 13 years, added: “The nearby neighborhood has been particularly stunned, saddened and devastated by it all. There is however a sense of disbelief that one thing like this could take place in the midst of our group.

“The neighborhood local community is hurting and we are all questioning why? But we are a close and restricted knit local community and we are pulling to assistance help Elle’s family members and just about every other at this time.”