A man has been charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead in her home last month. The body of 48-year-old Buddug Jones was discovered at her ho use in Maes Gwelfor, Rhydwyn, Holyhead, on April 22.
In a tribute released by her family at the time she was described as “the best mum, grandmother and sister anyone could ask for.” Police later confirmed a murder investigation had been launched and appealed for information including dashcam footage.
On Wednesday, May 18, North Wales Police detectives confirmed they had charged 52-year-old Colin John Milburn with her murder. Milburn, also of Rhydwyn Holyhead, has been remanded to appear before magistrates in Caernarfon tomorrow, Thursday, May 19.
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The family’s statement back in April said: “Buddug was the best mum, grandmother and sister anyone could ask for. She always had a smile on her face and was always caring, loving and willing to help anyone, especially her family who she cherished.” They said she had been taken from them far too early, “and her sons, her grandchildren and brothers and sisters will all miss her every single day. We can honestly say that our lives without her will never be the same again.”
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