Welsh football team to wear pink ribbons for April Jones

Member of the Welsh national football squad warm up Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

The Welsh national football team will wear pink ribbons during their World Cup qualifier against Scotland tonight in support of the ongoing search for April Jones, Wales Online reports.

The squad, including manager Chris Coleman, will wear the ribbons which have become emblematic after April's family asked people to wear them to show their support for the search.

Five-year-old April was last seen playing with friends near her home in Machynlleth, mid-Wales on Monday October 1.


April search switches focus

Police have said that the search of April Jones' home town of Machynlleth is almost complete. Superintendent Ian John, who is leading the search, said the focus is now turning to the village of Ceinws where suspect Mark Bridger used to live.