A heavily pregnant woman who was stabbed to death in south London has been described as “a beautiful person” and “amazingly intelligent”.
Tributes have been paid to 26-year-old Kelly Mary Fauvrelle, who was pronounced dead at a house in Raymead Avenue, Croydon, on Saturday.
Her baby was delivered at the scene and is in hospital in a critical condition.
A 29-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been bailed until a date in early August, Scotland Yard said.
A 37-year-old man, who was also held on suspicion of murder, has been released under investigation.
The Met said it was keeping an “open mind as to motive” .
Ms Fauvrelle’s brother paid tribute to her on Facebook.
In a post, Stephan Alexander Simpson, said: “Words can’t describe the pain we’re feeling.
“You couldn’t have been a better sister, and I thank you for always being there for me, helping whenever I needed it.
“A beautiful person who’s life has been taken from her. I’ll stay strong, you’ll always be in my thoughts, so please keep watching over us.
“I love you more than you can possibly imagine. Rest in peace Kelly.”
In a statement, Ms Fauvrelle’s colleagues at Croydon Delivery Office, said they were “devastated” and “in shock” by the death.
Dave Ward, general secretary of the Communication Workers Union, said: “Kelly leaves behind a baby fighting for their life, a family devastated by the loss and colleagues who are in total shock.
“The union will do everything possible to help Kelly’s family and our members during this period.”
Aaleeah Knowles also paid tribute to Ms Fauvrelle, saying: “Kelly – I’m devastated to hear what happened to you. You didn’t deserve this. You were amazingly intelligent and bright and I’m just devastated.”
One Twitter user said: “I am so sorry to the family of Kelly Mary, no mother nor baby should have to be hurt in anyway let alone this way.”
Linda Onar added: “My heart goes out to the family and friends of Kelly. Just hoping and praying the little one pulls through.”
Medics fought to save Ms Fauvrelle after being called at about 03:30 BST on Saturday.
A post-mortem examination is due to be held soon, the Met said.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan said it had been “a horrible weekend” where “four Londoner’s have lost their lives” including “a young mum”.
An 18-year-old also died after taking himself to hospital with stab wounds following a fight in Walworth.
“These four families are devastated,” Mr Khan said.