Two people have been arrested as police search for a missing Bristol teenager. Becky Watts vanished form her home in St George over a week ago.
It's been a record year at Bath Half Marathon with the British stealing the show in the elite field taking first place in the men's and women's races. For the first time in 12 years a British male took the top spot, with Paul Martelletti finishing the 13.1 mile course in 65 minutes and 28 seconds.
Nearly 13,000 runners pounded the streets of Bath in the half marathon. Almost 1,000 runners took part in the family fun run while over 30,000 people turned out to support the runners.
A 50-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a woman in Somerset last week.
Neil Winn of Watts Corner, Glastonbury is to due to appear at South Somerset Magistrates Court, Yeovil, tomorrow morning.
The charge relates to an incident in a property in Watts Corner, Glastonbury, on Thursday February 26, when a woman aged 45, was found dead.
A post mortem confirmed she had died from multiple stab wounds. She has not yet been formally identified.
Police are searching several locations in Bristol including a property in Southmead as they hunt for missing Becky Watts.
Neighbours say the house is occupied by two men, a woman and two young children. Another neighbour has told ITV Westcountry a black car was removed by police from the property.
Police are preparing to use a specialist dog team in another search around the area tomorrow.
Police in Bristol are continuing to question two people as they search for missing Becky Watts. Police say that they are using more police resources as the search intensifies.
A number of locations have now been searched within a 2km radius of Becky’s home address in the St George area of Bristol.
Police have also confirmed that a laptop computer which was found in a local wooded area yesterday is not related to this investigation. They say at this stage no significant items have ben found during their searches.
In a statement Avon and Somerset Police say: "We are running six specialist search teams each day which are being complimented by officers from Wiltshire, Devon and Cornwall and Gloucestershire Police forces.
Tomorrow (Monday), we will again be assisted by the specialist dog unit from South Wales Police and the police helicopter.
Search and missing persons' experts from the National Crime Agency, College of Policing and the National Missing Persons organisations continue to work with our enquiry team."
The two people arrested yesterday remain in police custody at this time.
Police continue to search the home of Becky Watts as they try to find out where there 16 year old is. She has been missing from her home in St George, Bristol for 10 days.
Two people have been arrested.
This man attended the rave in Swindon and says they were looking to have a good time.
Senior Police Officer at Wiltshire Police, Superintendent Andrew Carr says his officers came under a violent attack from the ravers.