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A shop owner has died four days after being hit on the head in a flat above his store. Sri Lanken born Vairamutha Thiyagarajah, 56, was attacked at MK Food and Wine in Elstow Road, Bedford at ten to five last Sunday afternoon.
He was rushed to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge in a serious condition. He died yesterday afternoon.Thilak Moham-Raj, 25, who lived in the flat has been charged with GBH with intent.The prosecution is now reviewing the charges.Mr Thiyagarajah was married with a son and four daughters.
The family of a missing woman from Bedford say they still have not been able to contact her and are growing increasingly concerned.
39-year-old Leda Bolden has not been seen since she went to a corner shop on the evening of Sunday the 31st of March.
She left the house without her handbag, keys or phone. Bedfordshire police say her disappearance is out of character. Leda's family have been unable to make contact with her, and say they are now very worried about her.
In the UK, someone is reported missing every two minutes. And here in the Anglia region, around 30,000 people are reported missing each year.
Following the disappearance of 39-year-old mum from Bedford, Leda Bolden, we spoke to Lieutenant Colonel Melvin Fincham from the Salvation Army...
Lieutenant Colonel Melvin Fincham from the Salvation Army talks about the reasons some people lose touch with family and friends.
Stuart Leithes reports on the disappearance of Leda Bolden, who went missing from her home in Bedford 10 days ago. The mother, who is 39, hasn't been seen since she left her family home following a row on 31st March.
Mark Daley appeals for his wife Leda Bolden to come home after she went missing from their home in Bedford last month...
The husband of a woman from Bedford, missing for 10 days, has appealed for her to come home. Leda Bolden hasn't been seen since she went to the local shop on Sunday 31st March.
– Mark Daley, Leda's husband
"Just come home, there is no problem, there is no issue with coming home. Every day that goes past must be harder for her to deal with, but every day that goes past is harder for us to deal with without knowing where she is."
Concern is growing for a woman missing from her home in Bedford since March 31.
Leda Bolden, 39, left her home on the evening of Sunday March 31, leaving the house without her handbag, keys or phone.
Since then her husband and daughter have been unable to make contact with her and are now extremely worried, as this type of behaviour is out of character.
Mrs Bolden is described as white, 5'5" tall, slim with green eyes and shoulder length straight blonde hair. She was wearing lime green Jack Wills jogging bottoms, a lilac polo top, her husband’s blue/grey French Connection jacket and white trainers.
Two new pot hole hit squads are being set up in Bedford to repair damage to the town's roads.
The council says the cold winter has taken its toll.
The two teams will work alongside an existing pot hole hit squad which has so far carried out seven and a half thousand road repairs in Bedford.