The brother of a woman from Aberdare found dead in Cumbria on Saturday has been charged with her murder.
23-year-old John Jenkin, of Millom, has been charged with the murder of his 58-year-old mother, Alice McMeekin, and sister, Kathryn Jenkin, 20, who is from Aberdare.
On Saturday 8 June 2013, at 8:39am police were called to a property in Newton Street where Mrs McMeekin and Miss Jenkin were tragically found dead with head injuries. The family dog was also found dead.
John Jenkin was arrested on suspicion of murder shortly afterwards.
He will appear at Furness District Magistrates court this morning.
John Jenkin is related to the victims, he is the son of Alice McMeekin and the brother of Kathryn Jenkin.
A woman from Aberdare has been found dead in Cumbria, police say. Officers were called to Newton Street, Millom, on Saturday morning, where they found the body of 58-year-old Alice McMeekin and another woman, believed to be 20-year-old Kathryn Jenkin from Aberdare.
Cumbria Constabulary say a 23-year-old man from Millom, who is believed to be related to the women, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. He remains in police custody.
South Wales Police have confirmed that Matthew Rees, who went missing from his Aberdare home on Saturday 11th May, has been found 'safe and well' in Porthcawl.
Officers have thanked the media and the public for their help.
South Wales Police is appealing for information after a man went missing on his 40th birthday.
Matthew Rees has been missing from his home in Treneol in Aberdare since Saturday 11th May.
According to police, he left his home at 8.30am to get a tattoo in Porthcawl. His family believed he would also visit Newton beach while in the area.
The last contact Matthew's family had was a message at 8.30pm on the same day to let them know he had missed his bus back to Aberdare. Police then received a call just before midnight, when he sounded considerably distressed. Officers say they are very concerned for his welfare.
He is described as around 5ft 8 and has shaven, brown hair with a pale complexion. At the time he went missing he was wearing a black t-shirt.
Anyone with information is urged to call South Wales Police’s non emergency 101 number or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
South Wales Police officers investigating the murder of Andrew David Male from Aberdare on January 9 are trying to identify these two potential witnesses.
They were captured on CCTV at 1am on the same day, talking to Andrew Male on the corner of Cardiff Road and Lewis Street, Aberaman, in Aberdare.
Officers believe the two men may have been the last two people to speak to Andrew before he died.
They, or anyone who knows who these two men are, are urged to come forward with information.
They can contact the incident room on 01656 306099 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
18 year-old Corey Thomas was charged with murder on January 11.
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A teenager accused of murdering a man in Aberdare has appeared before magistrates in Merthyr.
Corey Liam Thomas, 18, has been charged with the murder of 45-year-old Andrew Male.
The parents of Andrew David Male, whose body was found at a house Cardiff Road on Wednesday, have described him as a "very caring and considerate person".
"We are saddened and shocked by what has happened to our Andrew", adding he was someone "we will all dearly miss".
South Wales Police have confirmed an 18 year-old man has been charged with the murder of 45-year-old Andrew David Male.
The man is due to appear at Merthyr Magistrates Court on Friday morning.