Body found on beach in unexplained death


A woman’s body has been found on a beach in Wales.

Police say the body of Sian Batchelor, 32, was found on a beach near Pennar, Pembroke Dock, on Tuesday evening.

Her family have described her as a “beautiful, funny, lovely person” in a tribute released through police in Pembrokeshire, who are appealing for information.

Officers say they are treating her death as unexplained.

In a statement, Ms Batchelor’s relatives said they were “devastated” by their loss.

“We will treasure the good times we had with her,” they said.

“We would now like time to grieve and would ask to be given privacy in which to do so.”

More on Wales

Dyfed-Powys Police say they are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding Ms Batchelor’s death.

Read more from Sky News:
Murder arrest after suspected burglary
Man accused of sword murder appears in court
UK ‘can’t defend cities’ from aerial attack

Follow Sky News on WhatsApp

Keep up with all the latest news from the UK and around the world by following Sky News

Tap here

Officers have asked anyone with information which could help their investigation to get in touch.

The force is particularly keen to speak with people who saw Ms Batchelor, or who were in contact with her, between 25 and 30 April.

Articles You May Like

China is still an important market even if investors diversify from it now, says Peak XV
Jets ‘owe us one’: NFL explains prime-time slate
Biden says Israel’s action in Gaza ‘not genocide’ after arrest warrant request for Netanyahu
Body of Israeli hostage kidnapped during cycling trip on 7 October found in Gaza, IDF says
Nevada court sides with NFL in Gruden lawsuit