Triple murder suspect Kyle Clifford has been found in the Enfield area of north London. He is receiving treatment for injuries, Hertfordshire Police said.

The force said Clifford is receiving medical treatment having been found with injuries. Police said no shots had been fired by officers.

It follows a huge manhunt after the “utterly devastating” crossbow deaths of the wife and two daughters of a BBC racing commentator. The organisation said it would provide John Hunt with “all the support we can” after the killings of Carol Hunt and her two daughters Hannah and Louise in Bushey, Hertfordshire.

The hunt for Clifford, 26, appeared to focus on a cemetery in the Hilly Fields area of Enfield, north London on Wednesday afternoon. Emergency services, including armed police, could be seen in the area in footage posted on social media.

Armed police also searched a home in Rendlesham Road, Enfield, on Wednesday morning as the hunt for Clifford continued. He was wanted in connection with the deaths of Mrs Hunt and two of her daughters who were aged 25 and 28 when they were killed in Ashlyn Close on Tuesday.

In a note sent to BBC 5 Live staff after the deaths, the broadcaster said: “The news today about John Hunt’s family is utterly devastating. Our thoughts are with John and his family at this incredibly difficult time and we will provide him with all the support we can.”