Young Mother Stabbed to Death While She Nursed Her Newborn at Home in South Africa

A young mum was attacked by a crazed knifeman and brutally butchered in her own home while nursing her new born baby daughter.

Kelly Bain, 26, was on maternity leave with the one-month-old tot when an unknown man slipped into her home and locked her maid in the loo.

Then he stabbed the pretty blonde mother-of-two twice in the neck severing an artery and once in the body leaving her on the floor in a pool of blood.

Moments later her fiance Christopher Bonus, 34, had returned home to pay the maid her wages and heard the maid screaming for help in the bathroom.

He walked straight into his bride-to-be’s attacker and the pair of them scuffled but the attacker broke free and is said to have vaulted a fence and escaped.

The couple were engaged last November and were planning to marry in the next few months and had just celebrated the birth of their first child together.

Their unnamed daughter was in a nearby cot and was unhurt during their attack.

Kelly has another daughter Holly, 5, from a previous relationship who was not at home of the time of the attack in their townhouse in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

It is believed the young mum who worked at the nearby Nelson Mandela University was murdered for her engagement ring which was missing from her finger.

A team of detectives assigned to the case specialise in serious and violent crimes.

Police said they were still investigating whether or not a man caught on CCTV running from the scene and hitching a lift on a passing…

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