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Digger used in Nant y Ffrith woodland murder inquiry

Dozens of police officers, joined by Army search specialists and dogs, are searching a wooded area in Wrexham as part of a murder inquiry.

North Wales Police is leading the search at Nant y Ffrith woods near Bwlchgwyn for evidence linked to a historical murder.

Officers are attempting to find the remains of an unidentified man.

Searchers are using excavators, metal detectors and specially trained dogs from Dyfed-Powys Police used to search for bodies.

Matthew Richards reports.

  • 19 May 2016