A two-year-old boy who is thought to have been killed has been described by his family as a “very happy, wonderful” baby.
A young man who died after an incident in Burgundy, South Wales – police have named him Red Steel.
He was admitted to the University of Wales on Wednesday evening (August 11) from an address on Bridland State in Bridgeland. Wales online Reports
But the little boy sadly died in hospital the next day, and now his devastated family has paid tribute.
In a statement issued Friday, his family said: “He was a super, happy, handsome, wonderful and intelligent little boy who lit up everyone’s life.
“He loved the garden and the beach, picked raspberries, and went to collect shells.
The girl’s death is being investigated as a homicide.
A South Wales Police spokesman said a 31-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and has now been transferred to health care care and is currently being held under the Mental Health Act. ۔
The spokesman added that she was out on police bail while the investigation was ongoing.
DCI Matt Davis said: “We are dealing with a very sad and tragic event.
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“The family has the support of dedicated family liaison officers and I would once again appeal to the public to refrain from speculation on social media, which is a very difficult time for all concerned.
“My thoughts are with the family.”
South Wales police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
Earlier on Friday, tributes began to be paid near the address of the incident in Burgundy.
Councilor Ian Spiller of Leinstein, Bryantrian and Broadland said. BBC“The community is devastated by the news, we are all in shock.”
In a statement to a local community, Facebook group Coun Spiller added: “I am very aware of the need to grieve and support the community at this time.
“I also keep in mind that we need to show our love and support from a distance so that the family concerned is not disturbed.
Forensic teams have been spotted at the Broadland address and police have been on the scene since the incident.
Bridges Council leader Hugh David said: “This sad news has shocked and disturbed the local people.
“Our heartfelt thoughts and condolences are with the family and friends of this young child at this very distressing and painful time.
“Communities in Burgundy County Borough are expressing their grief and sympathy as they continue to support each other.”
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