Cambridgeshire

Two bailed in Llywelyn Thomas murder inquiry

Llywelyn Thomas
Image caption Llywelyn Thomas, 76, was a farmer in south Wales before moving to Cambridgeshire 12 years ago

Two people arrested following the death of a man at his home in Cambridgeshire have been released on bail.

The body of Llywelyn Thomas, 76, originally from south Wales, was found in the village of Chittering on 18 December.

Police said post-mortem tests found he died from face and head injuries.

A man, 22, arrested on suspicion of murder and a 21-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender have been bailed until 15 February.

Mr Thomas farmed in the Bridgend area before moving to Cambridgeshire 12 years ago.

He was a widower with one adult son.

His silver Rover estate was stolen from his home and later found in Church Lane, Milton, north east of Cambridge.

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