Laura Huteson, 21, (seen in an undated social media photo) was found dead at a house in Orchard Park, Hull, before a half-naked man covered in blood allegedly ran out into the street and rolled around in the snow
Tributes have been paid to a 'loving and brilliant' 21-year-old mother who was stabbed to death.
Laura Huteson, 21, was found dead at a house in Orchard Park, Hull, before a half-naked man covered in blood allegedly ran out into the street and rolled around in the snow.
Her partner of five years, Benjamin Guy, said he was heartbroken following her death as he 'loved her more than anything'.
Ms Huteson was found dead inside the house on Tuesday.
Witnesses claimed they saw a naked man running out of the house just before police arrived.
A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of her murder on Tuesday and remains in police custody.
Mr Guy, 26, paid tribute to his former partner, saying 'life will never be the same again' without her.
'She was the best person I ever met,' he said. 'She was my everything. I don't think I can live without her. She was my everything and always will be.
'I hope she is somewhere happy because she deserves happiness more than anyone.'
Ms Huteson's partner of five years, Benjamin Guy, said he was heartbroken following her death as he 'loved her more than anything'. They are pictured together at home in an undated photo
Mr Guy and Ms Huteson enjoyed spending lots of time together and would go to the cinema every week. They were also planning on moving in together.
'We went to the cinema last Saturday,' Mr Guy said. 'Our hobbies were each other but we went to the cinema every week. Our favourite films were the Kingsman films.'
Ms Huteson is believed to have grown up in Bransholme before moving to the Orchard Park estate.
Paiige Harron, one of Ms Huteson's best friends, described her as a 'loving and brilliant' mum to her young son.
Miss Harron, 18, said: 'She was like my sister, she was just always there for me. She was a brilliant and loving mum to her son, this is going to destroy him.
'We have been best mates for nine years. Ms Huteson went to school with my nieces