Two people have been found shot dead at a house in Ledbury in Herefordshire.
The victims were found at about half past nine on Monday morning. Police are treating the deaths as unexplained, and investigations are ongoing.
Details are yet to be released about exactly where the shootings took place, with police saying just that it happened in the 'Ledbury area'.
Two people have been found dead with gunshot wounds in the Ledbury area of Herefordshire, West Mercia Police said tonight.
I can confirm we are dealing with an incident in the Ledbury area where two people have been found dead at an address with gunshot wounds.
They have not been named as formal identification has not yet taken place by the family.
We are treating the deaths as unexplained.
It is too early to speculate what took place and police inquiries are continuing along with post mortems.
This took place yesterday, August 11th, at 0930.
A manhunt has been launched to find a 15 year old girl from Hereford who has been missing for more than two days.
Sara Middleton was last seen leaving her home in Hunderton Avenue at 3pm on Sunday.
She is white, around 5ft 4ins tall and slim, with purple shoulder-length hair normally worn in a bun. She was wearing light blue jeans and a grey vest top with the letter H on it.
Anyone with information or who thinks they have seen Sara is urged to call officers on 101, quoting reference 0177s of August 4.
Two people have died and others left seriously injured in a major crash in Herefordshire overnight.
A silver Mercedes hatchback and a blue Citroen Saxo were involved in the smash, which happened on the A438 Brecon Road near Bridge Sollars at around 10pm.
The driver and passenger of one car were both killed, while the people inside the second car were badly hurt.
Police believe one of the cars was travelling with a Suzuki motorbike, and are appealing for any witnesses to call officers on 101.
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Hereford United fans are delivering a petition with more than 7000 signatures to Herefordshire Council today urging them not to assign the lease at Edgar Street over to the club's new owner.
A so-called "funeral parade" will leave Edgar Street shortly, before moving towards the council's Brockington Headquarters.
Speaking at the memorial service to Lance Corporal Oliver Thomas, who died last month in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. the Corps Colonel of the Intelligence Corps Col. Jon Murray said:
"The Intelligence Corps look on him as a very proud individual, he served the battalion the reservists he served the Corps he served the British Army and he served the British community exceptionally well and clearly he will be very sadly missed by all of us."