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Ceri Fuller and his three children found dead in Pontesbury Hill, near Shrewsbury
POLICE investigating the deaths of three young children and their father are appealing for help from people in Leominster.
Ceri Fuller, aged 35, is believed to have killed his 12-year-old son Sam and daughters Rebecca, eight, and Charlotte, seven, before taking his own life.
Their bodies were found yesterday within a wooded area at Poles Coppice on Pontesbury Hill, nine miles west of Shrewsbury.
It is understood that the children were stabbed and Mr Fuller plunged 65ft to his death in a quarry.
Detectives are now turning their attention to the family's movements after they went missing from their Gloucestershire home last week.
It is believed that a red Land Rover Freelander estate, registration CK51 YUV, which was driven by Mr Fuller, was in the Leominster area at around midday on Thursday before making its way up towards Welshpool later that day.
It was reported by a member of the public at 10am yesterday parked at the entrance to Poles Coppice, about 300 yards from where the bodies were found.
Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 or 0300 333 3000.
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