A son has made an appeal for thieves to return his father's ashes, which were taken during a burglary in Melksham.
The daughters of a Wiltshire man fighting for the right to die have appeared on ITV1's This Morning to support him.
Tony Nicklinson from Melksham is paralysed by locked-in syndrome. His case for assisted suicide is being heard at the High Court this week
Police in Wiltshire are appealing for help to locate a man in connection with an incident in Melksham.
Officers would like to speak to 51 year old Richard Newton after the body of a woman was found on Sunday morning.
A car he was driving was found at Brendon Common on Exmoor yesterday afternoon.
Police are trying to find a man they believe may hold vital information after a body was found in Melksham this morning [Sunday].
Officers want to locate 51-year-old Richard Gordon Newton, who is from the Bowerhill area. They believe he might hold vital information in relation to a woman's body which was found at an address in the town.
It is thought that Mr Newton was driving a blue Volkswagen Polo - registration number S487 CKN - from his home address in Melksham to the Williton area of Somerset.
Avon and Somerset police officers found the vehicle unattended at Brendon Common on Exmoor shortly before 12.30pm.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man collapsed and died in Melksham on New Year's Day.
40 year old Graham Topp died at the Total petrol station, where he worked, at around 6am.
Police are not treating the incident as suspicious.
They have released CCTV images of a man and a woman, aged in their twenties, who witnessed his collapse.
Graham was treated by the Ambulance Service but was declared dead at the scene.
Police would like to speak with the witnesses as part of the preparation for the inquest on behalf of the coroner.
Detective Inspector Mark Power said:
“We are trying to piece together exactly what happened in the last moments of Graham Topp’s life and we believe that these two people can assist with this. Although they witnessed the collapse they didn’t remain at the scene to speak to police."
Police have named the man who died in a car crash in Melksham in the early hours of Christmas Day.
Nerijus Partikas, 30, lived in Melksham but was originally from Lithuania. His family, who do not live in the UK, have been informed.
The other occupants of the car are expected to make a full recovery.
The case of a Wiltshire man who is fighting for the right to die is set to continue today (Weds). Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. He wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life.
His family have been attending the hearing at the High Court in London. It's expected to last till Friday.
A man from Wiltshire has taken his fight for the right to die to the High Court. Tony Nicklinson, from Melksham, is paralysed with so-called 'locked-in syndrome'.
In an email to judges he said if a doctor is NOT allowed to help him take his own life, he'll be condemned to a world of increasing misery. His wife said whatever happens, there can be no happy ending. Bob Constantine reports.
Three High Court judges are to hear the case of a severely disabled man from Wiltshire who wants the right to die with help.
Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. Mr Nicklinson wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life. The hearing in London is expected to last four days.