Images of a killer filmed on CCTV moments after he stabbed a vicar to death in South Gloucestershire were shown to a jury today.
A parishioner and two workmen have told a jury of their shock at discovering the body of a vicar in south Gloucestershire.
A man has denied murdering a clergyman in his own vicarage. The body of Reverend John Suddards was found in Thornbury earlier this year
Police searching for 26-year-old Frankie Warren from Thornbury have found a body. Frankie went missing on Wednesday morning. Her car was discovered near woodland in Sedgley in the West Midlands on Thursday night.
The body was found earlier today near where her car was abandoned.
The search continues for Frankie Warren, the 26-year-old woman who went missing from her home in Thornbury in South Gloucestershire on Wednesday morning.
Her car was found by West Midlands Police near woodland in Sedgley. Searches of the area have been taking place but there has been no sign of her.
Officers from Avon and Somerset Police are 'increasingly concerned' for Ms Warren's welfare. They said she had recently been 'upset and unwell'.
West Midlands Police discovered the 26-year old's silver Honda Civic near woodland in Sedgley in the West Midlands on Thursday evening.
A large search of the area took place, which began again at first light on Friday.
– Avon and Somerset Police spokesman
Her family, and the police officers searching for her, are becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare because of her state of mind when she left.
Since she has disappeared she has made no attempt to contact family or friends.
Ms Warren had never disappeared before and did not have any links to the West Midlands."
Police searching for a missing woman from Thornbury have found her car in woodland in the Midlands.
26-year-old Frankie Warren was last seen at her house on Wednesday morning but did not turn up at work that day.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police.
Police are trying to trace a 26-year-old woman who has gone missing from Thornbury in South Gloucestershire.
Frankie Warren was last seen by her parents yesterday morning (Wednesday). Her car, a silver Honda Civic, is believed to have been in the West Midlands area yesterday afternoon.
It's thought she could be in Worcester.
Officers say she has never disappeared before. They are worried about her as she has been upset and unwell recently.
Two men who robbed a woman in a supermarket car park in Thornbury have been jailed.
A 40-year-old woman was walking across the Tesco car park last November. A car drove past and the passenger grabbed her bag, pulling her to the ground as the vehicle drive off.
The man who took the bag, Craig Walters, 30, of Thornbury, was jailed for three years and three months at Bristol Crown Court. The car driver, Kai Rossiter, 31, also of Thornbury, was jailed for two years.
Neighbourhood Inspector Andy Workman said: "This sort of street crime is unusual in Thornbury, which has lower than average crime levels. I hope the sentence will reassure local people."
The detective leading the inquiry, DCI Simon Crisp, told ITV West that Stephen Farrow would have murdered more people if he hadn't been caught.
The Rev John Suddards' sister Hillary Bosworth read a prepared statement outside court.
The sister of the Rev John Suddards has welcomed Stephen Farrow's conviction for murder. Hilary Bosworth told reporters outside court that the verdict was a just one which reflected the gravity of the situation.
She also praised the brilliance of the police detective work which led to Farrow being caught within 6 days.
The Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Michael Perham and the Bishop of Tewkesbury, the Rt Revd John Went, issued a joint statement after the conviction and sentencing of Stephen farrow.
– Joint Bishops' statement
As a Diocese we are pleased that the trial of Stephen Farrow is over and a sentence has been reached.Recent months have been an immensely hard and painful time, both for John Suddards’ family and also the parishes of Thornbury and Oldbury-on-Severn where John had been vicar for such a short time, but had already come to be much loved.
– Joint Bishops' statement
The end of the trial and the sentencing means family and parishes can now move on, though of course still with a great sense of loss.As a Diocese we shall continue to provide ongoing support for those who have been through this immensely painful time and hold them in our prayers.