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A man has pleaded guilty to murdering a 25-year-old woman at a home in west London.
Billy White, 22, of Pinkwell Lane, Hillingdon admitted killing Lucy Ayris.
Police were called on March 7 to reports of a woman with multiple stab wounds.
The air ambulance was sent to the scene and she was taken to a hospital in north London where she was pronounced dead.
White was arrested at the scene and was charged with murder the next day.
A post-mortem examination at Uxbridge Mortuary gave cause of death as a stab injury.
White was remanded in custody yesterday and will be back in court for sentencing at the Old Bailey on July 3.
Crime has risen in almost half of London's 32 boroughs in the past year.
The latest Metropolitan Police figures shows the borough of Hillingdon featured the highest crime rise with a 14% year on year hike.
Whilst crime across the capital is still marginally down on the previous year, violent crime has risen 27% over the past year leading to concerns that the most serious crimes are on the rise.
Detectives have launched a murder investigation after a 25-year-old woman died after being repeatedly stabbed.
A 22-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.
A Met Police spokesman said detectives "are not looking for anyone else in relation to the investigation."
Police were called to a home in Pinkwell Lane, Hillingdon after reports of a woman with multiple stab wounds.
Emergency services, ingluding the air ambulance, were called at about 5am yesterday but she was pronounced dead less than two hours later.
The woman's next of kin have been informed but she has not yet been formally identified.
A post-mortem examination started yesterday at Uxbridge Mortuary.
60-year-old Bronwyn Davies from Hillingdon has been missing since New Year's Day.
She was captured on CCTV walking along the Grand Union Canal in West Drayton that morning, by the John Guest Ltd business premises, but hasn't been seen since.
She regularly walks her dogs along this towpath and is well known to other dog walkers and joggers.
She has diabetes but doesn't have any insulin with her.
Mrs Davies' daughter has appealed to her mum and anyone with information to get in touch,
"Mum, please contact me or contact 999, just to let us know you are okay. This is the fifth day without knowing your whereabouts. We miss you so much. Please come home mum, we are worried sick about you...
...Mum has been missing since New Year's Day, she has possibly walked to Stockley Park or towards Uxbridge via the Grand Union Canal. People around the canal would know my mum from walking our dog, 'Beth.'"
A dedicated burial site for the Gurkha and Nepalese community of Hillingdon is being opened today.
It will have space for up to 100 graves in addition to 30 column burial units which will house ashes. A special plaque will also be unveiled at the Peace Memorial Garden in Cherry Lane Cemetery, West Drayton.