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Rescue mission launched for diver off Dorset coast

Decision due on rescue operation for diver in Dorset Credit: Bing

A search for a diver who failed to resurface after an expedition off the Dorset coast was suspended overnight.

Lifeboats from Poole and Swanage and two search and rescue helicopters were launched in the rescue mission on Sunday evening. A decision will be made this morning in conjunction with Dorset Police and other organisations on the next steps for today.

Diver failed to resurface off the Dorset coast Credit: Bing

Breaking news: Police release pictures of two of the victims of the triple murder

Derrin Jordan, 6, and her mother Jan Jordan Credit: Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police have released pictures of two of the victims of a triple murder in Didcot.

Derrin Jordan, aged six, and her mother Janet, 48, were found in their home in Didcot along with Janet's partner Philip Howard, 44.

Janet (known as Jan), Philip (known as Phil) and their daughter were found in their home in Vicarage Road last night.

The post mortems are due to take place tomorrow but early indications are that all three of the victims sustained knife wounds which are believed to be the cause of death.

Earlier today, police released an image of Jed Allen, aged 21, who is wanted in connection with the family’s deaths.

Jed Allen is the son of Janet Jordon.

21 year old Jed Jordan is Jan Jordan's son Credit: Thames Valley Police

Triple murder latest: Police name victims

Police are still at the scene in Didcot Credit: ITV Meridian

Within the last hour, Thames Valley Police have named the three people murdered in Didcot as Jan Jordon, Philip Howard and six-year-old Derin Jordon.

Det Supt Chris Ward said the most likely cause of the deaths of the trio - whose bodies were found in their home in Vicarage Road just before 8.30pm yesterday - was stabbing.

Police continue to hunt for 21 year old Jed Allen, who was known to both the victims and police.

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Help find missing teenager

Can you help find missing Alan? Credit: Kent Police

Kent Police is appealing for information on the whereabouts of an 18-year-old man from Tonbridge.

Alan Lane was last seen getting on a bus in Tonbridge High Street at 4pm on Friday 22 May.

He is believed to have wearing a dark hooded top with paint stains and black jogging bottoms. He may have been carrying a small bag.

Mr Lane is described as a white man around 5ft 6ins. He has pale skin and short wavy brown hair and it is likely he was wearing a thick gold neck chain.

Anyone who has seen Mr Lane or who has any information on his whereabouts is asked to call 101

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Kent strongman raises funds for cancer patient

A woman from Kent who's been diagnosed with incurable cancer could soon be on the way to Disneyland with her family after fundraising efforts by local people. Rebecca Watts hopes to give her young boys some specially happy memories to remember her by in years to come.

David Johns reports, speaking to Rebecca Watts, strongman fundraiser Rocky Troiani and fellow strongman Andrew Gower.

Donations can be made via www.becsfactor.org

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