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Thames Valley Police have revealed more details about a man they want to question in relation to the murders.
21 year old Jed Allen is about 6 feet tall, of stocky build, and was related to the victims.
His Facebook account shows a picture of him with a distinctive spider tattoo on his hand.
VIDEO: Thames Valley Police appeal to find 21 year old Jed Allen, wanted in connection with the deaths of three people, including a six year old girl.
Investigating officer, Det Supt Chris Ward, head of the Thames Valley Police Major Crime Unit, has been speaking to the media.
Thames Valley Police say they're trying to trace 21 year old Jed Allen in relation to the deaths of three people at a house in Didcot.
At a press conference a short time ago they revealed that the victims are a man and woman in their forties, and a six year old girl.
Their bodies were discovered yesterday evening after the alarm was raised by a neighbour, at Vicarage Road in the town.
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Police said they did not believe that Allen was a wider danger to the public, but he was known to both the family and themselves. They're urging anyone who knows his whereabouts to contact them immediately.
Post mortem examinations are due to take place later today, but officers said this morning that they did not believe firearms were involved.
Thames Valley Police say they're looking for a man called Jed Allen in connection to the deaths of three people who were found dead at a house in Didcot.
A man, woman and a girl were discovered at a property on Vicarage Road on Saturday evening. They are all thought to be related.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man, woman and girl were found dead by police.
The three bodies were discovered in a house in Vicarage Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire, after officers were called by a member of the public last night.
The identity of the victims and the cause of their deaths have yet to be established, Thames Valley Police said. No arrests have been made.
Investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Simon Steel of the Thames Valley Police major crime unit, said their deaths are being treated as suspicious.
"This is a tragic incident and our thoughts are with the loved-ones of the deceased.
"A scene watch is in place in Vicarage Road, which is currently closed with access to residents only.
"I understand this incident will have an impact on the community and residents will be concerned. As you can understand, we are in the early stages of this investigation, but we will work hard to make sure the community is kept updated when we can.
Officers received the tip-off at around 8.23pm and detectives are keen to hear from witnesses who may have been in the area of Vicarage Road at the time.
Thames Valley Police is due to hold a press conference later this morning.
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Yes, at his heaviest, charity shop worker, James Bond from Bicester, tipped the scales at 46 stone. But after collapsing at work, James was told by doctors that unless he lost weight he might have just days to live.
And he did. James has since shed a staggering 24 stone - almost half his bodyweight. And what's even more impressive - he did it in little over a year. Mel Bloor has been to meet him.