A man who died in a hit-and-run crash in Wrexham has been named. He was 57-year-old Gary MacDonald from Borras.
Mr MacDonald was a former member of the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards who fought at the battle of Tumbledown during the Falklands War.
In a statement his family said; “He was a beloved father, brother, grandfather, uncle and friend who will be sorely missed by all who knew him. He is reunited at last with his wife Sian Graham who was his first love.”
Police are investigating the sudden death of a 34-year-old man who was found in woodland at Capel y Groes church in Wrexham.
He was pronounced dead at the scene at around ten last night. His family's been informed and there is an appeal for information.
Members of the public should call North Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number UO78711.
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North Wales Police have launched a murder investigation after receiving information that an unidentified man has been murdered and disposed of on the outskirts of Wrexham.
Today officers searched a property in Gobowen, Shropshire and remain at the scene.
No one was arrested at the property but during the search items were found requiring the expertise of military personnel with specialist search equipment and they remain at the scene.
This action follows a number of searches conducted over the last few days in the Wrexham and Gobowen area, and is believed to be linked to a historic murder.
Police say they are still trying to identify the man and where his remains have been deposited.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A fire hero has been commended after he entered a burning house and saved the life of a suicidal young woman inside.
Mold Crown Court heard today that 21-year-old trainee veterinary nurse Lauren Edwards was so depressed she started the fire in order to kill herself.
Wayne Brown was walking past the house in Gwersyllt, near Wrexham when he heard the sound of a smoke alarm. He could see smoke coming down the stairs, and the heat was so intense that it was melting the door frames.
He roused Miss Edwards, got her out, put a coat around her and also raised the alarm. Judge Walters said today “He is to be commended for his public spiritedness.”
Edwards was jailed for two years after she admitted arson and being reckless whether life would be endangered, at the home she shared with her mother and brother.
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She was last seen wearing a grey hoodie, jeans, a wolly cap and carrying a black rucksack.
North Wales Police are urging people to call them on 101 if they have seen her or have any information about her whereabouts.
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