The man suspected in three murders found dead in wooded area in Oxford

The man suspected in three murders found dead in wooded area in Oxford

A 48-year-old Janet Jordon, her six-year-old daughter Derrin and 44-year-old Philip Howard were found dead on Saturday in their home in Didcot, Oxfordshire. There were a lot of stabbed wounds that appeared to be fatal according to police.

Jed Allen who had been accused of killing his sister, his mother and her boyfriend was detected murdered in Oxford woodland by Themes Valley police.

A 48-year-old Janet Jordon, her six-year-old daughter Derrin and 44-year-old Philip Howard were found dead on Saturday in their home in Didcot, Oxfordshire. There were a lot of stabbed wounds that appeared to be fatal according to police.

Murdered Janet Jordon and her little daughter Derin

Murdered Janet Jordon and her little daughter Derin

Police is currently looking for someone who can be connected with those murders. Officials said the body found in Oxford hadn’t been officially identified, but Det Supt Chris Ward claimed that it surely was Jed Allen.

Philip Howard who was stabbed to death

Philip Howard who was stabbed to death

The body of suspected murder was discovered by two bystanders in Marston Road, where the police hadn’t previously searched. On Saturday the victims’ bodies were found in their home in Vicarage Road when concerned neighbors called police.

Almost all local police department took part in Allen’s searches involving the area near his previous workplace as a groundsman – Oxford University Parks. Some time later footage of Allen was released at Oxford railway station. Besides, he was detected at the WH Smith store’s footage on Saturday.

Police stated that Allen had a spider tattoo on his left hand and asked citizens not to help him. Mr Ward said that the investigation would be continued and added about his sympathy to the families and loved ones. He admitted that their department had specially trained officers to support those people at that extremely difficult time. Mr Ward also thanked to the public for their cooperation during the investigation and patience while the researches had been carried out by the police.

A lot of people have visited Vicarage Road and payed tribute to the innocent victims.

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