Police investigating the murders of a woman and her two children have discovered the body of their suspected killer.
The mother, named locally as store manager Geraldine Newman, and her daughter and son were discovered at their home near Leeds this morning. The deaths were believed to be domestic-related.
West Yorkshire Police said the body of the man, who they have not named, was found at 5pm on cliffs in South Stack in Anglesey, Wales.
Detective Chief Inspector Warren Stevenson, of West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: "The man's identity is yet to be confirmed but we are liaising closely with our colleagues in North Wales Police as we believe this may be linked to our investigation in Leeds."