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Candlelit vigil for the five people killed in Utah

Between 100 and 150 people have gathered in Utah in the United States to remember Kelly Boren and her family.

The bodies of Kelly Boren, 32, Joshua “Jaden” Boren, 7, Haley Boren, 5, and Marie King, 55, and Joshua Boren, 34, were found inside their house late Thursday night.

Police believe Josh Boren, who was an officer with the Lindon Police Department and had previously worked for the Utah County Sheriff's Office, shot and killed his family in the upstairs area of their house before turning the gun on himself.

At a candlelit vigil, mourners signed a book, writing down their favorite memories of Kelly, and left photographs of her.

A funeral for Kelly, Haley, and Jaden Boren and Marie King will be held Wednesday.

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Police officer 'who killed family' had marriage problems

A US police officer who is believed to have killed his wife, mother-in-law and two children before turning the gun on himself was experiencing marriage problems in the months leading up to the shooting, his boss said.

There were no red flags - everything about him was outstanding. We're a small department, our families are one big family so we knew his entire family as well. It's just a tremendous shock.

I was aware that there had been a recent period of separation, but I am not aware of any violence in the past or anything like that.

His wife Kelly was a friend of mine and a friend of my wife so anything major that would have happened I probably would have known about.

I know as a family they went to Disneyland over the Christmas holidays.

– Chief Cody Cullimore, of Lindon City Police speaking to The Salt Lake Tribune

Officials said they did not find a suicide note at the crime scene.

Two Britons among family killed in Utah shooting

Two women believed to be from Britain were among five members of the same family who have been found shot dead in Utah, America.

Kelly Boren (right) was among those killed in the shooting. Credit: ITV Central

Police officer Joshua Boren, is believed to have killed his wife Kelly and her mother Marie King - who both apparently used to live in Northampton.

Mr Boren reportedly killed his wife, mother-in-law and two young children at the family home in Utah before turning the gun on himself.

Ex-soldier jailed for causing his baby daughter's death

Liam Culverhouse is expected to serve half of a six-year sentence. Credit: ITV News Angia

Former soldier Liam Culverhouse has been jailed for six years for causing his baby daughter's death.

His 19-month-old daughter Khloe Abrams died in November 2012 after suffering "multiple fractures to her skull, limbs and wrist" in an earlier assault.

The 25-year-old, who is expected to serve half of the sentence, had admitted causing the injuries eighteen months before she died in May 2011.

Mr Culverhouse was shot and blinded in one eye by a rogue policeman in Afghanistan in 2009 and is said to have suffered "significant psychiatric and psychological damage" as a result.

Ex-soldier's child's injuries consistent with 'shaking'

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Ex-soldier sustained 'serious' injuries in Afghanistan

Ex-soldier accepts he caused injuries that killed child

ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn is at the sentencing of an ex-soldier who has pleaded guilty to causing the death of his 19-month-old daughter Khloe.

Sentencing for ex-soldier over death of baby daughter

Liam Culverhouse is seen during a previous court appearance Credit: ITV News Anglia

Former soldier Liam Culverhouse is being sentenced after admitting causing or allowing the death of his baby daughter.

His 19-month-old daughter Khloe Abrams in November 2012, eighteen months after suffering trauma in an assault.

Nando's sorry as music disrupts Remembrance silence

Nando's has apologised after rap music was heard coming from one of its restaurants during a two minute silence at Northampton's Remembrance Sunday service.

The music was being played in the restaurant's kitchen by staff who were unaware it could be heard outside, the Northampton Chronicle reported.

Music was heard coming from a Nando's in Northampton during the city's Remembrance Sunday service. Credit: Google Street View

Nando's said it was "a very unfortunate error that the restaurant staff deeply regret", adding, "we will do everything we can to prevent this from happening again".

The restaurant chain also made a £500 donation to the Royal British Legion.

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