The family of a 21-year-old woman who lost her life in Bewdley have paid tribute to their "beautiful, treasured and irreplaceable" daughter. 

An investigation into Grace Gardner's death is on-going, police said today (Wednesday May 8).

Officers launched a murder investigation after Grace was found dead at a home on Wassell Drive in Bewdley at around 5.10pm on Tuesday (April 23).

West Mercia Police arrested two women and a man on suspicion of murder after her body was discovered. They have all been released on bail.

In a statement her heartbroken family paid tribute to Grace, who they said was a talented guitar player and singer.

They said: “Grace was our beautiful, treasured, and irreplaceable daughter, sister, auntie and friend.

"Grace had so much to look forward to in her young life, cut so unexpectantly short.

“As a young child Grace was a keen footballer and enjoyed going out with her gran to the stables as she loved horses.

"Grace loved so many things like music and she was a talented guitar player and singer.

"Grace brought all the warmth of her personality into her songs.

"She was warm hearted, funny, witty, kind and caring with so much love to give.

“Grace’s special love was for her younger siblings. She was devoted to them as well as her nieces, nephew and her friend’s children.

“We are completely devastated.

"Our family and friends are heartbroken at the tragic loss of Grace.

“You were very loved and going to be missed every day for eternity.

“Fly high our beautiful, amazing Grace”.