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Body found in search for missing DJ Robert Makgill

Formal identification has not yet taken place

A man's body has been found in woodland between Bruton and Wincanton in Somerset.

Police believe the man is Robert Makgill from Bruton, the West's "other missing DJ", although formal identification has not yet taken place.

Mr Makgill had not been seen since he told his family he was going to London on July 8.

His death is not being treated as suspicious and his family have been informed.

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Last day to complete Shaun in the City sculpture trail

The figures are due to be auctioned off with proceeds going to Bristol Children's Hospital Credit: Kim Ball

Today's the last day you can see the 70 models that make up the Shaun in the City trail in Bristol.

Organisers say the sculptures have attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors, including many from overseas.

The figures are due to be auctioned off with proceeds going to Bristol Children's Hospital.

Rail passengers face disruption on final day of the strike

Going nowhere fast - passengers are being urged to check before travelling today Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Rail passengers planning to travel on First Great Western face another day of disruption with the continuation of a strike that started last Friday.

Services in some areas are badly affected by action from the RMT union over the introduction of new high-speed trains. The walk out is due to finish at midnight.

Balloons released in memory of Dolton Powell

Balloons are being released in Gloucester in memory of Dolton Powell Credit: ITV News

Family and friends of a shop worker who was stabbed to death outside a party in Gloucester are gathering in a park tonight, to release balloons in his memory.

21 year old Dolton Powell suffered fatal wounds near the All Nations Club in Chase Lane last weekend. Six people have been charged with his murder.

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Last weekend for Bristol's Shaun in the City trail

Last weekend for Bristol's Shaun in the City trail Credit: ITV News

People have been out across Bristol taking their last opportunity to spot the city's 70 Shaun the Sheep sculptures.

The Shaun in the City trail will end 5pm tomorrow - but it seems to have been a success, despite the wet summer.

Organisers say the shaun in the city hashtag has been used 13,000 times.

The sculptures will be auctioned off to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital.

Two arrested after body of man found in Clifton

Police have arrested two people on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving Credit: ITV News

Police have arrested a second person in connection with a fatal collision in Bristol.

A 29-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and is in custody for questioning.

A 39-year-old woman, who was arrested overnight on suspicion of the same offence, remains in custody.

The arrests come after the body of a man in his twenties was found in Clifton by a member of the public on Saturday morning.

His injuries were consistent with him being involved in a road traffic collision.

Woman arrested in connection with Bristol "hit and run"

The man's body was found near the University of Bristol's student union in Clifton Credit: ITV News

Police have arrested a woman on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after the body of a man was found in Bristol

Emergency services were called to the Richmond Pub in Clifton after the a body was found near the University of Bristol's student union on Saturday morning.

A 39-year-old woman has been arrested and remains in custody for questioning.

“We have a team of officers and staff working on this and despite an arrest being made this is still an active and ongoing inquiry.

“A post-mortem examination is due to take place later today to establish the cause of the man’s death and following this a formal identification procedure will take place.

“I’m really grateful for all the support we’ve been already given by the public but we still need people to call in with any information they have.”

– Det Supt Carolyn Belafonte
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