Haunting pictures of ‘perfect’ girl, 2, found dead in flat with NHS worker mum

Heartbreaking pictures have emerged of a two-year-old girl who was found dead with her mum, as homicide detectives probe the tragic deaths.

Shiwangi Bagoan, 25, and Ziana Bagoan were found at a property in Hounslow, west London, on Monday evening, December 14.

The pair were pronounced dead on the fourth floor flat in Drake Court, Old Meadow Lane, shortly after 4pm.

Police officers do not believe anyone else was involved in the incident.

Ms Bagoan worked as an anaesthetist's assistant for the University College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, MailOnline reports.

The Trust called her a "highly valued member of our team" who will be "missed by her colleagues".

A friend told the website: "I only saw her last week and she seemed fine. Shiwangi lived with her mother and her daughter. She didn't have a partner as far as I'm aware.

"She doted on little Zia. She was a lovely lady, a good friend of mine and I'm just devastated."

Other neighbours spoke of their shock as police searched the property.

One told the Evening Standard: "They were perfect as far as we could see.

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"I don’t know exactly what happened but lockdowns and the pandemic have taken their toll on people."

Another added: "It’s a tragedy. I am in total shock. This is a quiet area full of nice people."

Met Police Detective Chief Inspector Helen Rance said: "This is a tragic incident. We are extremely saddened by the deaths of Shiwangi, a young mother, and her daughter.

"Our deepest condolences go to her family, friends and colleagues at this difficult and upsetting time.

"Officers are currently investigating the circumstances around their deaths, and inquiries continue."

The Metropolitan Police earlier confirmed in a statement: "Next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.

"An investigation is underway led by detectives from the Met's Specialist Crime Command (Homicide).

"While the investigation is still in its early stages, officers do not currently believe anyone else was involved in this incident."

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