Ahead of the announcement, the actress took to her Twitter page and shared a cryptic comment.
She commented: “The universe is continually conspiring to find you experiences that bring peace, and fulfilment.
“A bit of spiritualnessness this fine morning.”(sic)
Shyko’s tweet is the latest post on her Twitter page, which has 4,367 followers.
Death In Paradise star Shyko Amos has shared a cryptic post on Twitter amid news of her show exit
Death In Paradise star Shyko Amos starred in the BBC drama as Ruby Patterson
She is yet to address her exit from the show on social media.
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Shyko for comment.
A statement from the show read: “After two series bringing law, order, and joy to the streets of Saint Marie, we’re sad to say goodbye to Ruby Patterson who made such a massive impact in such a short time!
“DS Madeleine Dumas will also be departing Saint Marie’s sunny shores and we would like to thank [them] for bringing Ruby and Madeleine to life and wish them all the very best for the future.”
Death In Paradise star Shyko Amoswill not be a part of the show’s 10th season
Death In Paradise star Shyko Amos talked ‘peace’ and ‘ fulfilment’ in a Twitter post
The duo first joined the series, which began in 2011, two years ago.
Shyko previously said of her character in an interview with Radio Times: “She’s her own whirlwind of a person, and she brings that into Saint Marie.
“I think throughout the season you really get to see how this person who just thought, ‘Oh I’ll do this for a couple of weeks and then I’ll leave this job,’ actually ends up finding her place and discovering that she really does enjoy being a policewoman.”
The on-screen favourite added that taking on her new role had been a “dream”.
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Death In Paradise has begun filming for its tenth season, with Ralf Little back in the starring role.
The actor replaced Ardal O’Hanlon as DI Neville Parker earlier this year.
As the cast flock back to French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe to film their latest scenes, safety measures have been put in place amid the coronavirus pandemic.
These measures include social distancing, face coverings and temperature and Covid-19 testing.
Executive producer Tim Key said: “We’ve got some real treats for our long-term viewers as the series progresses – including some major surprises and the possibility of another returning face or two.
“We are determined to make this our biggest and best series yet and can’t wait to take our viewers back to Saint Marie in 2021.”
Characters who will also be returning for the 10th series include Don Warrington as Commissioner Selwyn Patterson, Tobi Bakare as D.S. JP Hooper and Elizabeth Bourgine as Mayor Catherine Bordey.
Death In Paradise returns next year on BBC One.