The family of Charmaine Macmuiris, found dead in a house in Carmarthen on Christmas day, have issued the following statement:
“As a family we are heart-broken and devastated by the loss of our beautiful daughter. Our lives will never, ever be the same again.
Charmaine was taken from her children, grand-child and all her family on Christmas day.
No family should ever have to face such a tragedy.
We would like to thank family, friends, relations and neighbours for their support and kindness during this sad time.
We would like our privacy to be respected while we grieve for Charmaine.”
Dyfed Powys Police are still questioning a 28-year-old man on suspicion of murder.
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