Angelika Dries-Jenkins murder: Man questioned by police

Angelika Dries-Jenkins
Image caption Angelika Dries-Jenkins died from 'substantial' head injuries

Police are continuing to question a man on suspicion of murdering a 66-year-old woman in Pembrokeshire.

The body of Angelika Dries-Jenkins was found at her home in Narberth on Friday, but police said she could have been killed earlier in the week.

A post-mortem examination confirmed Ms Dries-Jenkins had died from "substantial" head injuries.

A 54-year-old local man was arrested on Tuesday and remains in police custody while inquiries continue.

Officers have not confirmed what the murder weapon was but have asked for help to catch her killer.

One focus of the police investigation surrounds Ms Dries-Jenkins' champagne-coloured Skoda Fabia.

The car, registration GP05 LNY, was taken from the pensioner's home early last week.

It was found in St Thomas Green, Haverfordwest, at about 1300 BST on Saturday.

Anyone with information that might help the investigation is asked to contact Dyfed-Powys Police on 101.

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