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Body found in Leckwith Woods confirmed as missing man Lee Webb

Credit: Family photo

South Wales Police have confirmed that the discovery of a man's body yesterday, is that of missing man Lee Webb.

Just before 3pm yesterday, police officers were alerted to the discovery of a man’s body in Leckwith Woods, Cardiff.

Formal identification has taken place and it can be confirmed that the body is that of Lee Webb who had been reported missing from the Canton area of Cardiff.

The incident is not being treated as suspicious.

Lee's family have paid tribute to him on social media:

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Staff at Canton train depot taught to keep active

Staff at Arriva Trains' Canton Depot have been told about the importance of keeping fit Credit: ITV News Wales

Staff at Arriva Trains' Canton Depot have been given a talk today about keeping themselves fit for work.

They've been joined by a physiotherapist to discuss the importance of keeping active.

A survey by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy shows that 76% of adults aren't getting the 2.5 hours of minimum exercise required every week.

It also found 62% fear developing a serious illness that could affect their ability to do their jobs.

Man charged after Canton pub assault

A man arrested on suspicion of an assault outside the Admiral Napier pub in Canton has been charged.

The 24-year-old from Ely was arrested following an assault on a 37-year-old man in Cowbridge Road East during the early hours of February 24th.

South Wales Police have confirmed that he has been released on conditional bail to appear at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court in May.

Man arrested over Canton assault

A 24-year-old man from Ely has been arrested on suspicion of assault following a press appeal for information.

The incident happened in Cardiff outside the Admiral Napier pub in Canton.

He is being questioned in relation to an assault on a 37-year-old man in Cowbridge Road East at around 12.15am on Sunday.

Police release CCTV in connection with Cardiff assault

Anyone who recognises this man is asked to contact Fairwater CID on 029 2057 1545 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 Credit: South Wales Police

Police investigating an assault in Cardiff outside the Admiral Napier pub in Canton have released a CCTV image of a man they wish to trace.

They want to speak with him in connection with the assault on a 37-year-old man in Cowbridge Road East at around 12.15am on Sunday 24 February 2013.

The victim was conveyed to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, where his condition is described as improving.

Detectives are still appealing for anyone who may have witnessed what happened to come forward.

In particular would like to hear from a number of people who were in the nearby Miss Millies take-away at the time including a ginger-haired man.

Anyone who recognises the man in the CCTV still is asked to contact Fairwater CID on 029 2057 1545 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Man found with head injuries outside Canton pub

A 37-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital after he was discovered with head injuries outside a Cardiff pub in the early hours of this morning.

South Wales Police were called to the Admiral Napier pub on Cowbridge Road East in Canton just after midnight.

Officers say the incident appears to have been captured on CCTV and witnessed by onlookers. They are appealing for anyone with information to contact them on 02920 222111 or by dialling the non-emergency 101 number.

Jury sent home for weekend

The jury in the case of a mother accused of murdering her seven-year-old son and burning his body to hide the evidence have been sent home for the weekend.

33 year-old Sara Ege, denies killing her young son, Yaseen Ali Ege, by beating him so fiercely that he died from his injuries at their family home in July 2010.

He husband Yousuf denies causing or allowing the death by failing to act to protect his son.

The jury will meet again, at Cardiff Crown Court, on Monday morning to continue their deliberations.

Jury out in Sara Ege trial

The jury in the trial of Sara Ege has retired to consider its verdict. 32-year-old Sara Ege denies murdering her seven-year-old son Yaseen Ali Ege at their Canton home in July 2010. The boy's father Yousuf Ege, 38, denies causing the death of his son by failing to protect him.

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