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    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/view...ones-vanished/
    MARK BRIDGER TELLS COPS WHAT HAPPENED ON DAY APRIL JONES VANISHED
    THE slaughterhouse worker accused of April Jones’s murder has given his “likely defence” to police, it was revealed in court yesterday.

    In a series of interviews, Mark Bridger, 46, has told detectives his version of what happened on the day the five-year-old vanished.
    Bridger was arrested 24 hours after April disappeared on October 1 while playing with friends 400 yards from her home in Machynlleth, Powys.

    http://www.itv.com/news/story/2012-1...h-machynlleth/
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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...-year-old.html
    April Jones: Police search quarry and caravans in hunt for five-year-old
    A dilapidated caravan near to where April Jones went missing was being searched by police today as the hunt continued for the missing five year old.
    The roof had come off the caravan in the tiny village of Ceinws, just outside April's home town of Machynlleth in Mid Wales.

    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/20...1466-32012993/
    April Jones latest: Police firearms marine unit scours River Dyfi
    On the 10th day of the massive search operation since the five-year-old went missing from near her Machynlleth home, members of the specialist unit from Pembrokeshire were using harnesses and ropes to navigate the fast flowing waters near the village of Ceinws.

    They were also scaling the wooded hillside near to the picturesque village, where at least two teams of more than 30 officers have remained in the area.

    This they were also seen taking apart a caravan in the garden of a village property where murder suspect Mark Bridger lived.

    http://web.orange.co.uk/article/news...pect_s_village
    April Jones: Search Focuses On Suspect's Village
    Police searching for April Jones have renewed their focus on a small village a few miles from where she disappeared.
    On day 11 of the search scores of police officers scoured land around Ceinws, which lies three miles north of Machynlleth.
    It is the village where Mark Bridger, the man accused of murdering April, had been living before his arrest.
    Teams from Dyfed Powys police were joined by officers from Gwent, South Wales and British Transport Police in what Supt Ian John called a "forensic deep search".
    One police officer told Sky News: "You just don't want to give up, we've been told to rest but you just want to keep going."

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    http://news.sky.com/story/996351/apr...spects-village
    April Jones: Search Focuses On Suspect's Villa
    Police searching for April Jones have renewed their focus on a small village a few miles from where she disappeared.
    On day 11 of the search scores of police officers scoured land around Ceinws, which lies three miles north of Machynlleth.
    It is the village where Mark Bridger, the man accused of murdering April, had been living before his arrest.


    http://www.itv.com/news/story/2012-1...h-machynlleth/
    April's parents visit search headquarters
    The parents of April Jones have met with officers searching for their daughter's body to thank them for their efforts, according to Machynlleth police.


    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...illiam-1373950
    Search for April Jones: RAF pilot Prince William on standby to join the hunt for missing schoolgirl
    Prince William is set to be drafted into the hunt for missing April Jones as a search and rescue pilot.
    He and his team from RAF Valley in Anglesey are on standby to help find the body of the five-year-old who was snatched near her home 11 days ago.
    Flight Lt Wales, 30, is expected to be at the controls of a state-of-the-art Sea King helicopter for a sweep of the Irish Sea and the mountains and rivers of Snowdonia.
    A senior police source said yesterday: “The RAF are on constant standby to aid the search efforts and can be called in at a moment’s notice.
    "They could prove to be an invaluable resource.”
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    http://news.sky.com/story/997047/apr...teams-replaced
    Exhausted Police Teams Replaced
    Police searching for April Jones say they are continuing to scour an area of 60 square kilometres.
    Eighteen specialist search teams are still looking for the missing five-year-old who was abducted while playing near her home.
    Exhausted officers who have been involved in the search effort since she disappeared on October 2 have been replaced by police from across the UK, including a team from the Met who arrived on Friday.
    Superintendent Ian John from Dyfed Powys Police told Sky News: "We are at the moment refreshing our teams. We've got people from all over the country.


    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...illiam-1373950
    Search for April Jones: RAF pilot Prince William on standby to join the hunt for missing schoolgirl
    He and his RAF team are on standby to help find the five-year-old who was snatched near her home 11 days ago

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk...e-hunt-1374102
    Prince William revealed to be joining the hunt for missing April Jones
    PRINCE William is to join the hunt for tragic five-year-old April Jones.
    Search and rescue pilot William, 30, will be part of a team from RAF Valley in Anglesey who will carry out a final sweep of the Irish Sea and the mountains of Snowdonia.
    A man has been charged with murdering April, who vanished from her home in Machynlleth in mid-Wales 11 days ago.
    But no trace of her body has been found.


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...choolgirl.html
    April Jones: mechanical diggers move into Welsh village in hunt for schoolgirl
    Mechanical diggers today moved into a tiny village near the town where April Jones disappeared as the search for the five-year-old girl entered a new phase.
    The equipment was being used in and around Ceinws after experts advised that there was now a zero per cent chance of finding her alive

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-mid-wales-19930032
    April Jones: Police search of Machynlleth nearly complete
    Police looking for missing April Jones say they have almost completed their search of Machynlleth where she was last seen 12 days ago.
    Supt Ian John, from Dyfed-Powys Police, paid tribute to the hard work of officers and said the experience was "humbling".
    Officers from across the UK, the ambulance service and coastguard are continuing to search for April.

    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/2012/10...1466-32022272/
    April Jones latest: Search in Machynlleth almost complete
    Police looking for five-year-old April Jones have almost completed their search in Machynlleth, where she went missing 12 days ago.

    Superintendent Ian John, the man leading the search operation, said 90 of the 135 officers looking for April are now concentrating on the small village of Ceinws, where mechanical diggers were today brought in to dredge up ground.

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    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...e-pink-1376745
    April Jones missing: Parents have pink ribbon tattoos as mark of their love for little girl
    April Jones ' parents paid a late-night visit to a local tattoo parlour to have pink ribbons etched onto their bodies as a permanent mark of their love for the little girl.
    The pink ribbon has become a powerful symbol of the hope in Machynlleth that a miracle could still happen and ribbons of all sizes adorn every inch of the quiet mid-Wales town.
    Rob Williams, 35, designed the tattoos for April’s parents and admitted it was a moving moment applying them.
    He said: “I have known Coral and Paul for years and they have been in here before to have tattoos done.
    “When they came in it was very emotional but I gave them both a very special, personalised design, which I will not do for anyone else.

    http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/new...r_April_Jones/
    Abergavenny mountain rescue team's role in search for April Jones
    AN Abergavenny-based mountain rescue team has been involved in the search for missing April Jones in Machynlleth.

    The Longtown Mountain Recue Team, which is run by volunteers, was called in last Tuesday alongside other teams in the search for April.


    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/2012/10...1466-32024796/
    April Jones search: Tributes paid to Machynlleth
    A touching tribute been paid by a search dogs team leader to the people of Machynlleth, the town from which five-year-old April Jones vanished.

    Rob Johnson, a handler, coordinator and spokesman for SARDA Wales – the Search and Rescue Dogs Association, said that although they had now withdrawn from the hunt, not a day went by “without April, her family and friends and the people of Machynlleth being in our minds”.


    http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/ne...-16223944.html
    Police: April search continues
    Police looking for five-year-old April Jones have denied the search is scaling down 13 days after she first went missing.
    Officers from all over the UK have joined in the hunt for her, while volunteers from the ambulance service and the Coastguard are also continuing to search.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...r-13-days.html
    Cops deny April Jones search scaling down after 13 days
    POLICE looking for five-year-old April Jones have denied the search is scaling down 13 days after she first went missing.

    Officers from all over the UK have joined in the hunt for her, while volunteers from the ambulance service and the Coastguard are also continuing to search

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk...issing-1376473
    Diggers brought in to help search for missing April Jones
    EARTH-MOVERS were called in yesterday to help search for April Jones – but experts said there was little chance of finding her alive.
    The policeman leading the hunt for the five-year-old also admitted the rugged terrain made searching a struggle.
    Superintendent Ian John said: “We do exercises where you get your worst-case scenario and unfortunately this is like one of those.”

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    http://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/...er-the-weekend
    Searches continue in and around Machynlleth over the weekend
    Over the weekend the search for April Jones continues with teams carefully examining many different areas. The area in and around Machynlleth is large and we are continuing to put a huge level of resource into the search.

    As time passes and we work through the detailed plan, we will of course conclude our searches in particular areas. Whilst we have almost completed the searches in the town centre area, outside this small vicinity there is still a lot to do.

    http://www.sundayworld.com/columnist...-macintyre.php
    The Day Hope Died
    Police fear that child killer suspect Mark Bridger could have buried little April Jones in a cave in the vast hills that surround his house and rented home. The Sunday World can reveal that the 46 year-old, who was charged with the five-year-old's murder, was an experienced potholer. There are concerns that he could have used his skill to hide the missing child.

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    http://www.newswales.co.uk/index.cfm...y&F=1&id=25143
    Search for April continues
    Over the weekend the search for April Jones continued with teams carefully examining many different areas. The area in and around Machynlleth is large and Dyfed Powys Police are continuing to put a huge level of resource into the search.

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/world/d...dy-210843.html
    Diggers used in search for April’s body
    Police are using heavy digging equipment in the continuing search for April Jones as locals vow to step up attempts to locate the body of the missing five-year-old.
    The equipment was being used in and around Ceinws after experts advised there was now a zero percent chance of finding her alive.
    Police were waiting before using diggers until forensic teams had finished their fingertip searches of ground for potential clues. Now some of that work has been completed, they have decided to start dredging up earth.

    http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/Ap...ail/story.html
    April Jones fears spark 'school grounds ban for parents' at Swansea primary school
    PARENTS at a Swansea primary school say they were prevented from watching their children play football due to concerns surrounding the disappearance of five-year- old April Jones.
    Those expecting to watch their kids play football after school on Thursday at Parkland Primary School in Sketty, were apparently advised they couldn’t, and instead had to wait outside or return at 4.30pm.

    http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/Su...ail/story.html
    Supporters join camper convoy for the April Jones Fund
    A PINK-COLOURED fundraising convoy of VW camper vans has made the journey from Carmarthenshire to Aberystwyth to boost the April Jones Fund.
    Supporters from Carmarthenshire were moved to decorate 30 vehicles with pink ribbons along with between 80 and 100 balloons as they wound their way from Cross Hands to Aberystwyth yesterday.

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    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...e-8215197.html
    Search for April Jones will go on for months if necessary, say police
    The massive search for missing April Jones could well continue into Christmas and beyond, police have vowed
    Major search efforts to locate the body of the five-year-old schoolgirl are nowhere near being scaled back.
    As the painstaking search for April entered its third week, police vowed the hunt would go on for months to come.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/oc...ch-april-jones
    Police use drones in April Jones search
    The search for April Jones is still focused on the area around Machynlleth. Photograph: Dyfed-Powys Police/PA
    Police searching for April Jones are using drones to look for any trace of the missing five-year-old and say the hunt could continue beyond Christmas.
    Officers are keen to emphasise that they are not scaling down the operation, which has been ongoing since April went missing while playing on the street near her home in Machynlleth, mid-Wales, on 1 October.
    The search is still focused on the area around the town, including the river Dyfi, and the nearby village of Ceinws, where Mark Bridger, the man who has been charged with April's abduction, murder and concealing her body, lived.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-mid-wales-19978858
    April Jones: David Cameron praise for Machynlleth
    Prime Minister David Cameron says the whole country is impressed with the way a mid Wales community has coped with the disappearance of April Jones.
    Speaking during Prime Minister's Questions, he said the UK had been shocked and appalled by the events in Machynlleth.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-19981556
    Student officer suspended for April Jones tweet
    A students' union has launched an investigation after an official was suspended for tweeting a "repugnant" comment about missing girl April Jones.
    Joey Guy was suspended from his post as education officer at the University of Central Lancashire's Students' Union after posting the comment on Twitter.
    He has since apologised for the comment and said it was "something that should not be joked about".
    Union president Edd Graham-Hyde said the tweet had been "reprehensible".


    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...arents-1386272
    Missing April Jones: Schoolgirl's parents are overwhelmed at pink ribbons tattoo support
    The town of Machynlleth is still reeling from the disappearance of April Jones but one shop is unusually busy – the tattoo parlour.
    Ink artist Rob Williams has been inundated with people wanting pink ribbon tattoos to show their support for the missing five-year-old.
    Her parents Coral and Paul, who have also had pink ribbon tattoos, are said to be taking comfort that so many people have adopted their symbol of hope.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...=feeds-newsxml
    April's parents and 25 supporters get pink ribbon tattoos to symbolise hope for missing daughter, five
    The parents of April Jones have each been tattooed with a pink ribbon as a tribute to their missing daughter.
    Last week Paul and Coral Jones went to 'friend of the family' and tattoo artist Rob Williams and asked him to create a design incorporating the pink ribbon, which has become a symbol of hope and love adorning the tree-trunks and lamp-posts, shop doorways and homes of Machynlleth, the home town of the five-year-old.
    Mr Williams, who runs El Diablo tattoo parlour in the town, has since had requests for a similar tattoo from local people.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz29kWAGeb2
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    http://www.breakingnews.ie/world/uk-...ar-570871.html
    UK police vow to continue April Jones search into new year
    The massive search for missing Welsh girl April Jones could well continue into Christmas and beyond, British police have said today.
    Major search efforts to locate the body of the five-year-old schoolgirl are nowhere near being scaled back.
    As the painstaking search for April entered its third week, police vowed the hunt would go on for months to come.
    Superintendent Ian John said he could not rule out the ongoing search for April would extend into 2013.
    "We said goodbye to 150 officers this morning and they've been replaced by another 150 specialists," he said, speaking from Machynlleth.
    "Numbers may fluctuate a bit on a daily basis.
    "But whilst we still have viable lines of inquiry, we will continue to search.


    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/so...1466-32052218/
    Singing mum’s CD inspired by search for missing five-year-old April Jones
    A RHYMNEY Valley singer has launched a new charity CD dedicated to helping to stamp out child abuse in the UK.
    And some of the money raised will go towards the April Jones Fund.
    Tanya Taylor, as she is known on stage, has released a CD entitled A Song For April which was inspired by the search for missing five-year-old April Jones.

    Read More http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/so...#ixzz29kXCXVZw

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...never-end.html
    Ben Needham, April Jones, Madeleine McCann... The search for a missing child can never end
    April Jones was taken almost three weeks ago. Madeleine McCann has been gone since 2007. Ben Needham went missing 21 years ago. Missing, presumed dead – by all but their families, for whom hope is the only consolation at a time of unthinkable grief.

    http://news.sky.com/story/998951/apr...ntil-christmas
    April Cops: 'We'll Search On Until Christmas'
    The search for missing April Jones could continue until Christmas and beyond, police have said.
    Major search efforts to find the five-year-old schoolgirl are ongoing, and Dyfed Powys Police say the hunt may not end for months.
    "We said goodbye to 150 officers this morning and they've been replaced by another 150 specialists," Superintendent Ian John said, speaking from April's home town of Machynlleth.
    "Numbers may fluctuate a bit on a daily basis, but whilst we still have viable lines of inquiry, we will continue to search.

    http://www.lennoxherald.co.uk/dunbar...4557-32044820/
    Police thank Helensburgh man for kind donations
    Generous Helensburgh people donated almost £700 worth of food for those involved in the search for missing toddler April Jones.
    And kind dad Barry Hamilton travelled almost 350 miles to Wales to hand over the parcels of groceries last Tuesday morning.
    The Garelochhead man turned up in the five-year-old girl’s home town of Machynlleth, exactly a week after she went missing, to help keep the searchers fed and watered.

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    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012...n_2000055.html
    April Jones News Update: Machynlleth Town Clock Lit In Pink To Mark Third Week Since Disappearance
    In an effort to highlight the diappearance of April Jones three weeks ago, the town clock in the five-year-old's home town of Machynlleth was lit up in pink at 7pm on Monday - the time she went missing.
    Pink was chosen as it was the youngster's favourite colour. Facebook support groups are also urging villagers to wear pink ribbons and April's parents have even had them tattooed on their bodies as life-long reminders.


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    http://www.itv.com/news/wales/update...o-be-lit-pink/
    April Jones: Machynlleth clock tower to be lit pink
    Tonight the clock tower in Machynlleth will be lit in pink to mark three weeks since the disappearance of April Jones.


    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/2012/10...1466-32071994/
    April Jones latest: prayers to be said at special service today
    The sermon at St Peter’s Parish Church, Machynlleth, which has been a focal point for the town since the schoolgirl’s disappearance on October 1, will also reflect the impact her disappearance and the search have had on the community.
    Read More http://www.walesonline.co.uk/2012/10...#ixzz2A4hZNTZN

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...white-van.html
    April Jones police probe attempted abduction of schoolboy, 9, by man in a white van yesterday
    Detectives investigating the abduction and alleged murder of April Jones are probing claims a van driver tried to snatch a schoolboy 75 miles from where the five-year-old was taken.
    The boy, nine, escaped after he was grabbed by the white van driver just before 9am as he walked to school, in the village of Llandybie in West Wales, yesterday.
    The child freed himself and ran home to his family unharmed. The case is not linked to April's disappearance three weeks ago.

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    http://news.sky.com/story/1004250/ap...-four-weeks-on
    April Jones: Prayers Held Four Weeks On
    Private prayers have been held in Machynlleth in mid Wales to mark four weeks since the disappearance of schoolgirl April Jones.
    The five-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer was abducted on October 1. Police are continuing to look for her, with 150 experts taking part in the hunt.
    So far more than 40,000 man-hours have been spent in trying to find April.
    More than 300 areas have been searched, including mountains, caves, derelict mines and lakes around the town.


    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012...?utm_hp_ref=uk
    April Jones News Update: Specialist Help For Family Of Missing Girl Over Halloween, Bonfire Night And Christmas
    The parents of missing April Jones will receive specialist help from police over the festive holiday season.
    Halloween, Christmas and Bonfire night, all family-orientated events, are set to be especially traumatic for the little girl's mother Coral and father Paul.
    Superintendent Ian John, from Dyfed Powys police told The Mirror: “They are clearly going through a very tough time and it’s going to be particularly difficult for them.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...upport-1406922
    Support for April Jones family: Specialist help to cope with Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas
    The parents of missing April Jones are getting specialist support to help them cope with Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas.
    The officer in charge of the search, Superintendent Ian John, from Dyfed Powys police said: "They are clearly going through a very tough time and it's going to be particularly difficult for them.
    "A lot of people around them will be going ahead as normal and it's something we are alive to and we are working closely with the local school and community to address.

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    Missing 5-year-old's parents thank public one month on
    The parents of missing five-year-old April Jones thanked the police and public for their support Thursday, a month after she disappeared from the market town of Machynlleth in mid-Wales.
    Coral and Paul Jones said they were "overwhelmed by the massive amount of resources being used... looking for our beautiful daughter".
    April, a cerebral palsy sufferer, was last seen getting into a vehicle on October 1. She had been riding her bike close to the family's home.
    Local man Mark Bridger, 46 has been charged with her abduction and murder but she has not been found.
    "It is four weeks since April was taken from us, as a family we are obviously devastated and our lives have been torn apart," her parents said in a statement Thursday.
    "Since 1 we have received messages, flowers and cards from across not only the UK but the world and we have taken comfort knowing that people are thinking of April and us.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20171595
    April Jones: Parents cling to hope she is still alive
    A family friend of the parents of April Jones says they have "so much hope" their daughter will be found alive, one month after she disappeared from her home in Machynlleth, Powys.
    Ceri Herbert, 33, said Coral and Paul Jones felt "overwhelmed" by the resources used in the search for the five year old girl.

    http://www.cambrian-news.co.uk/news/i/27870/
    April’s Fund now at £32,000 and rising
    APRIL’S Fund has now reached a whopping £32,000 with more to come thanks to a fisherman who has named a successful fly he has designed after April Jones, a young Aberystwyth musician who has penned a song in her memory and a couple of local men who are going on a sponsored drive to Land’s End.
    Melvyn Arnold, of Tregarth, can’t stop catching salmon with the fly he is calling April’s Little Shrimp, now that he has put some pink in it.

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    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wa...#ixzz2BI7VWl00
    April Jones latest: family friend relives night schoolgirl disappeared
    A close friend of the parents of abducted five-year-old April Jones has told of the horrifying moment she realised the schoolgirl was gone.

    This week marked a month since little April, who has cerebral palsy, was abducted from near her home on the Bryn Y Gog estate in Machynlleth after being allowed to play out following a glowing report at parents’ evening from teachers at Ysgol Gynradd Machynlleth.

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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/no...il-april-jones
    Facebook user avoids jail over April Jones comments
    A sales adviser who made a series of depraved sexual comments about five-year-old April Jones on Facebook has been given a suspended prison sentence.
    Magistrates in Worcester chose not to jail Sam Busby despite being told that another Facebook user was sentenced to three months in prison for an "almost identical" offence last month.
    Busby, 18, was arrested after posting offensive remarks on the site on the day a man was charged with April's murder, five days after her disappearance in Machynlleth, mid-Wales.

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