Didcot killings: Ribbon tributes spread across town


Hundreds of ribbons have been tied on lampposts and signs in tribute to the victims of a triple murder.

Derrin Jordon, aged six, her mother Janet Jordon, 48, and partner Philip Howard, 44, were stabbed to death in their home in Didcot on Saturday.

Jed Allen, 21, the prime suspect in the murder investigation and half-brother of Derrin and son of Janet, was found dead in Oxford on Monday.

Facebook page Spotted: Didcot has collated pictures of the tributes.

As well as in the town itself, ribbons have been left in other parts of Oxfordshire, including Grove, Littlemore and Steventon, while some have also been spotted in Southampton.

The families of the murder victims described their deaths as an “unimaginable” tragedy.

Post-mortem examinations confirmed all three died from multiple stab wounds.

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