Wolverine Wanted for Killing His Entire Family, and Disappearing
The hunt for a man suspected of stabbing to death his six-year-old sister, their mother and her partner, is entering its second day.
Detective Superintendent Chris Ward, head of the Thames Valley Police Major Crime Unit, said yesterday: “We believe this was a domestic incident. It’s very important we locate him as quickly as we can.
“I do not believe there are any dangers to the wider community of Oxfordshire.
“However, given the nature of what we are dealing with, it’s important that we find him as quickly and as safely as possible.
“If you see Jed please do not approach him, instead call 999 immediately.”
The bodies of the three victims were removed from their home yesterday afternoon after they were found on Saturday night.
Neighbour Sheila Welch said: “They are new neighbours and had only been here a couple of months. I used to see them – a lovely mother and a little girl.
“They always looked so happy. All I can say is that I am very upset – it is all very traumatic.”
Armed police officers have been scouring Didcot, Oxfordshire, and its surrounding areas, including Oxford University’s Parks, for 21-year-old Jed Allen, who has a distinctive spider tattoo on his left hand.
The bodies of Philip Howard, 44, Janet Jordon, 48, and daughter Derin were discovered in a house in Vicarage Road just after 8.20pm on Saturday, following a call from a member of the public.
Speaking at a press briefing, Detective Superintendent Chris Ward from Thames Valley Police Major Crime Unit described the incident as a “tragic and sad event”, offering his condolences to the family.
We will bring you all the latest on the search as it continues today.