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Chepstow businessman killed on the Costa del Sol

Andrew Bush owned two jewellery shops in Bristol Credit:

Spanish police have begun a hunt for the killer of a millionaire jeweller from Chepstow who was shot in the head at his mansion on the Costa del Sol.

For more on this story, visit the ITV West Country website.

Local reports claim Andrew Bush, who works in Bristol, was murdered at the five-bedroom property near the resort of Estepona after returning home with his girlfriend on Saturday morning.

Read more: Bristol jeweller killed in ambush at Costa del Sol home

Appeal for missing Chepstow teen Keisha Morris

Gwent Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of 16-year-old Keisha Morris.

The teenager has been reported missing from her home in Chepstow.

A police spokesperson said Keisha could be in the Bristol area Credit: Gwent Police

She was last seen on March 13. She is described as being white, approximately 5feet 5 inches tall, of slim build, with brown eyes.

Her hair is also brown, but may have been dyed red recently.

She was last seen be wearing blue jeans, blue daps and a purple hoodie.

A police spokesperson said the force believes she could be in the Bristol area.


5 things you didn't know about camel racing

As the charity camel race gets underway at Chepstow this afternoon, we've put together a list of 5 things you probably didn't know about the unique sport:

  • Camel racing is a popular sport in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates
  • The animals can reach 40mph in short sprints and maintain a speed of 25mph for an hour
  • Because of the weight difference between male and female camels, they generally race separately
  • A robot jockey is commonly used in camel racing as a replacement for human jockeys
  • It's not known when camel racing first began as a sport, but on the Arabian Peninsula it can be traced to at least the 7th century


Camel racing comes to Chepstow

Camel racing is a popular sport in the Middle East Credit: PA

Jockeys at Chepstow racecourse are in for a bumpy ride today as they take part in a charity camel race.

The sport, which is popular in the Middle East, is coming to the area for the first time.

Two heats, each made up of four camels, will follow the horse racing, and the first ones across the line will be entered into the Derby.

The charity event is raising money for Paul's Place, which supports adults with physical and sensory impairment.

Chepstow crash deaths: boy, 11, and man, 44, named

Harrison Marshall
Harrison Marshall was a passenger in a black Vauxhall Corsa in Credit: Gwent Police

The two people who died after a collision on the A466 Wye Valley Link Road in Chepstow on Friday have been named as Ryan Griffiths, 44, and Harrison Marshall, 11.

Mr Griffiths, from Chepstow, was travelling in a blue Subaru saloon.

Harrison Marshall, who was also from Chepstow, was travelling as a passenger in a black Vauxhall Corsa.

The collision happened at around 4.37pm. Gwent Police are still appealing for witnesses to contact them.

Two dead in Chepstow crash

A man and child have died following a crash near Chepstow yesterday afternoon.

The collision involving a black Vauxhall Corsa and blue saloon happened at around 4.40pm on the A466 Wye Valley Link Road.

A man from the Chepstow area who was driving the saloon and an 11-year-old boy travelling in the Corsa have both since died from their injuries. Two women who were in the Corsa suffered minor injuries and are still in hospital.

Gwent Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them and are particularly keen to speak to a cyclist travelling towards Chepstow at the time of the collision.

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