Two released from custody in Prestatyn fire investigation

The blaze broke out at this first floor flat in Maes Y Groes on Friday night Photo: ITV News Wales

Two people arrested on suspicion of murder following a fire in Prestatyn in which four died have been released from police custody.

Police say a 42-year-old woman has been released on bail pending further inquiries, while a 45-year-old man has been released without charge.

The fire claimed the lives of Lee-Anna Shiers, 20, her 15-month-old son Charlie, nephew Bailey Allen, four, and two-year-old niece Skye.

Charlie's father Liam Timbrell, 23, is understood to remain in a critical but stable condition at Whiston Hospital in Merseyside.

The fire claimed the lives of Bailey Allen, Skye Allen, Charlie Timbrell and Lee-Anna Shiers Credit: Family / North Wales Police

Yesterday relatives of the family thanked the community and emergency services for their support.

The family of Lee-Anna Shiers, Skye Allen , Bailey Allen and Charlie Timbrell wish to thank the community of Prestatyn for all their flowers, cards and messages of condolences.

A special thanks from all the family goes to those individuals who made every effort on this tragic night to help and assist with the rescue of Lee-Anna, Liam, Charlie, Skye and Bailey and those who offered their support to the fire service and police.

Thanks also go to all the hospital staff who have assisted in the care and treatment of those concerned in this heartbreaking incident.

– Family statement