Man found stabbed to death at home


Man found stabbed to death at home as heartbroken sister pays tribute to ‘handsome, funny, kind, caring brother’ and murder detectives quiz woman, 34

  • Steven John Davies, 39, was stabbed to death at a home in South Wales
  • Heartbroken family members paid tribute to the ‘funny and kind’ man
  • Police arrested a woman, 34, on suspicion of murder as the probe continues
  • A post-mortem confirmed that the man died of a stab wound on Wednesday

Tributes have poured in for a ‘handsome and caring’ man who was stabbed to death at a home near Pontypridd, South Wales, as murder detectives quiz a 34-year-old woman.

Steven John Davies, 39, was found dead by his neighbour at a property on Garth Avenue, Glyncoch, just after 11 am on Wednesday.

His heartbroken family members have paid tribute to the ‘funny and kind’ man following his tragic death this week.

Steven, known to friends as Stevie, died from a stab wound, according to a post-mortem completed on Thursday.

Police have also confirmed that they arrested a woman, 34, on suspicion of murder.

The murder suspect, from the Pontypridd area, remains in custody as the probe continues.

Steven’s heartbroken sister Adrianne wrote in tribute: ‘My handsome, funny, kind, caring brother have sadly gained his angel wings.

‘I love you, Steven, I can’t believe am writing this at all, heartbroken is an understatement.

‘I love you brother, can’t believe this at all just want you to phone so we can just hear your voice and this nightmare be over with love you soo much.’

Michele Davies, also a sister of Steven, added: ‘It’s with great sadness and devastation that I share this sad news. I can’t believe that my brother Stevie Hagi Davies has gained his angel wings.

‘I will never get to hear you tell me you love me or call me big sis or flower again. Always loved never forgotten. At least your with dad now little bro.’

A third family member Gavin Owen said: ‘Can’t believe I am doing this. I can’t believe you’re gone.

‘Nearly all the messages I have say we were like brothers not cousins growing up, and its so true, we were like brothers. I will always love you like my brother Stevie Hagi Davies.

‘Miss your random messages telling me you love me and us talking about memories of your dad. Rest In Peace.’

Steven’s family have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers, police confirmed.

And officers are keen to speak to anyone who knows about Steven’s movements in the last two weeks.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Mark Lewis, said: ‘This is clearly a shocking and upsetting incident for the community of Glyncoch and the wider Pontypridd area.

‘Our thoughts are with Steven’s family and friends at this very difficult time.

‘Whilst it is a positive development that we have been able to make an early arrest I am still making an appeal for information around the movements of Steven between the 1st and 15th June.

‘We believe Steven spent some time in the Rhydfelin area of Pontypridd.’

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