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Flowers laid at school of girl killed in triple murder

Flowers have been laid outside the All Saints Primary School in Didcot in memory of 6-year old Derrin Jordon.

Flowers laid in memory of Derrin Jordon Credit: ITV Meridian

The body of Derrin was found at house in Didcot on Saturday. The bodies of her mother Janet Jordan and her partner Philip Howard were also discovered at the property.

Tributes to six year old girl Credit: ITV Meridian

Thames Valley are searching for Jed Allen in connection with the deaths.


Didcot killings: CCTV images of Jed Allen released

Police have hunting for Jed Allen - the man wanted in connection with the murders of his six-year-old sister, mother and her partner - have released CCTV images of him.

The footage shows the 21-year-old in a WHSmith store at Oxford railway station on the evening the bodies of his family were found at an address in Didcot.

Mr Allen in WHSmith at Oxford railway station. Credit: Thames Valley Police
Allen is wanted in connection with the deaths of his sister, mother and her partner. Credit: Thames Valley Police

Police said they believe Mr Allen boarded a train from Didcot to Oxford at 5.24pm and arrived in Oxford at 5.45pm before entering WHSmith.

He is then said to have walked to Oxford University Parks.

Detective Superintendent Chris Ward again urged the public not to approach the suspect, instead encouraging them to call 999 "immediately".

He also warned anyone who may be "harbouring" Mr Allen to contact police.


McGuinness: Prayers are with Robinson and family

Martin McGuinness has said that he is concerned to hear that First Minister Peter Robinson has been taken to hospital with a suspected heart condition.

In a tweet from his official account, the Northern Ireland deputy First Minister said that his "thoughts and prayers" were with Mr Robinson and his family.

PM wishes Peter Robinson 'speedy recovery'

David Cameron has wished the First Minister of Northern Ireland Peter Robinson a "speedy recovery" after he was admitted to hospital with a suspected heart condition.

Peter Robinson: NI's First Minister suffers heart attack

Peter Robinson, the First Minister of Northern Ireland, has been rushed to hospital after suffering a suspected heart attack.

Peter Robinson was rushed to hospital this morning. Credit: PA Wire

Mr Robinson, 66, was taken by ambulance to Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital at just after 9am this morning.

Senior DUP sources confirmed the party's leader was being treated for a suspected heart complaint.

A hospital spokeswoman said: "Mr Robinson underwent a procedure this morning and is currently recovering in the Royal Victoria Hospital."

A DUP spokesperson said: "The First Minister felt unwell this morning and has been admitted to the hospital for some further tests."

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