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A pregnant mother whose baby was delivered after she was stabbed to death in London posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook before she died.
Kellymary Fauvrelle, 26, who was eight months pregnant, has been named as the victim whose baby was saved after emergency services rushed to Raymead Avenue, Thornton Heath at 3.30am on Saturday.
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The one-day-old baby was cut from his dying mother's womb after the knifing - and 'is unlikely to survive'.
But before she died, Ms Kellymary put a picture of her ultrasound on Facebook, with the caption: 'Happy Valentine's sweet pea ... we can't wait to meet you.'
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The devastated aunt of the victim, revealed that the newborn is a little boy after police today made a second arrest following the attack in south London on Saturday.
Police arrested a 37-year-old male yesterday, who has now been released under investigation.
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This is while a 29-year-old man has now been arrested and has been taken to a south London police station - where he currently remains.
The baby, who was delivered at the scene is still in a critical condition in hospital.
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Speaking from her home in Crystal Palace, south east London, Rosa Fauvrelle, Kellymary's aunt said: 'It's my husband's niece. He's at the hospital because they are doing a little blessing because they think the baby might not survive.
'Everyone's on edge and everyone's very short-fused.'
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'No one knows anything at the moment. We don't know we really don't know what happened.'
Today forensic officers were pictured leaving the property and officers remained on the scene. Specialist investigators could be seen swabbing surfaces in an alleyway running along the side of the house while police officers guarded a cordon at the front of the property.
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The entirety of Raymead Avenue has also been closed off as officers today prepare to do a full sweep of the road....
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