Welsh MPs have paid tribute to an unarmed police officer who was among four people killed in a suspected terror attack in Westminster yesterday afternoon.
PC Keith Palmer, 48, was stabbed by a man armed with two large knives inside the grounds of the Houses of Parliament.
To PC Keith Palmer's family, friends & colleagues, sincere condolences & thanks for your courage & bravery. Words s… https://t.co/A8Iywj1LAg
Deepest condolences to the family and friends of PC Keith Palmer. His great bravery will not be forgotten.
RIP PC Keith Palmer and the other victims of today's attack - my thoughts and prayers are with you and your friends and families
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Gervais Okandju was last seen on Friday, 11th December by staff as he left his care home.
He is described as black, 5ft 10ins tall with a slim build, clean shaven with short black afro hair, and was last seen wearing a navy parker jacket with a fur hood, grey tracksuit bottoms and trainers.
Officers would urge anyone with information on his whereabouts to call the Metropolitan Police on 101 or Missing People on 116000 quoting reference number 15MIS049879.