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The man accused of the murder of nine-year-old Lilia Valutyte was remanded in custody after appearing in court twice in one day.

His ex-girlfriend Beata Sapuskaite, 23, said Skebas belonged to an “upper class” family of “businessmen” and had gone to the UK for work before returning to Lithuania due to health problems.

Lithuanian citizen Deividas Skebas, 22, spoke only to confirm her name, address and age during the brief hearing at Lincoln crown court following an earlier hearing before magistrates.

He was not required to plead guilty to the charges, as a judge told him a provisional trial date would be set at the next court hearing.

Skebas is charged with the murder of Lilia, who was stabbed to death last Thursday as she played outside her mother’s embroidery workshop in downtown Boston, Lincolnshire.

Boyfriend Arrested

He was arrested Saturday afternoon at her home in a Victorian terraced house just 200 yards from where Lilia died.

His ex-girlfriend Beata Sapuskaite, 23, said Skebas belonged to an “upper class” family of “businessmen” and had gone to the UK for work before returning to Lithuania due to health problems.

He was studying in Lithuania and came to England to work in agriculture. She went back to Lithuania but came back to Boston recently,” Sapuskaite told The Times.

Skebas arrived at court in a prison van shortly before 9 a.m. and held in a cell until he was taken to the dock in Court Six.

Suspect

The suspect, who was wearing a gray T-shirt and gray sweatpants, stood while confirming his birth date of December 1999 and his address in Boston.

He then sat down, staring at the ground as the court clerk read the indictment.

Prosecutor Marie Stace asked that the case be sent to Lincoln Crown Court and confirmed that the court had room for a hearing this afternoon.

District Judge Peter Viets ordered him on remand to appear again at 2 p.m. today. m. at Lincoln Crown Court.

The judge told him: ‘The crime you are facing is the most serious crime anyone can face in court.

‘This case has to go to crown court and I will formally send you there. The next hearing is at 2:00 p.m. Meanwhile, he will remain in custody.

Lilia died of a single stab wound around 6:20 p.m. m. on Fountain Lane, Boston, just 100 yards from the city’s famous St. Botolph Church, known as the Boston Stump.

She is said to have been playing with her little sister outside the Sava Code embroidery and screen printing shop opened by her Lithuanian mother, Lina Savicke, in March this year.

Her death has sparked an outpouring of grief in the city that is known for its large Eastern European community.

Local people have left hundreds of floral tributes and cuddly toys in tribute to Lilia at the top of Fountain Lane.

Skebas came from the industrial city of Utena in northeastern Lithuania, where members of his family still live.

It is said that she moved to the UK and then returned to her home country, before returning to Boston recently.

Her home on Thorold Street, which overlooks Boston’s Central Park, was searched for clues by white-clad forensic officers over the weekend.

Murder

A statement from Lincolnshire Police last night said: ‘Tonight (July 31) we charge Deividas Skebas, 22, with the murder of nine-year-old Lilia Valutyte.

Lilia tragically died following an incident in Fountain Lane, Boston at around 6:20 p.m. m. of July 28. It is believed that she suffered a stab wound.

“Her parents are being supported by specially trained officers, and we urge that her privacy be respected at this particularly difficult time.” Her well-being remains a priority for us.

“After a combination of intelligence and information provided by members of the public, an arrest was made by armed officers in the Central Park area of ​​Boston around 2:45 p.m. Saturday.”

Investigation

Reverend Robertson continued: “We cannot for a minute put ourselves in the shoes of Lilia’s family, but as a community, we have been deeply touched and scarred by the events.”

She added in one sentence: ‘We come here today, not knowing what to say or what to think. The tragedy that ended Lilia’s life has touched us all, as individuals and as a community.

“Today we grieve for a life so tragically cut short, for possibilities that will not now be realized, for dreams that will not come true.”

The Rev. Sally Clifton, curate of the church known as the Boston Stump, described Lilia as “full of life and joy” as she prayed for her classmates and friends with whom she danced.

She said: ‘Our hearts are breaking for Lilia’s family as they face the terrible reality of life without her beloved son.’

Rev Clifton added: ‘We pray for the Lithuanian community. Break down language and cultural barriers so you can help them with love and compassion.

“Let them know that we care deeply about them and share their pain.”

Skebas was charged with the girl’s murder outside her mother’s embroidery shop near the center of Boston, Lincolnshire, around 6:20 p.m. m. last Thursday.
Police teams investigating Lilia’s death yesterday searched drains, sewers and dumpsters in downtown Boston, looking under parked cars.

Officers wearing purple gloves were seen opening drain covers and lowering buckets to scoop out mud and debris.

Other officers searched street dumpsters and large commercial wheelie bins in the area.

The search focused on Red Lion Street and other streets between the crime scene and Thorold Street.

Family

Lilia’s family friend, Jurate Matulioniene, described her in a Facebook tribute as “a 9-year-old angel” and “one of the most beautiful creatures,” saying, “No one will feel their mother’s pain.”

She added: ‘The girl was a ray of sunshine, as were her parents, who were major supporters of our community and school events. The pain is indescribable. We are devastated by this shocking news! Rest in peace, little angel.

Other friends told how Lilia, who lived with her mother Lina Savicke and her stepfather Aurelijus Savickas, loved dancing and the Harry Potter books.

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