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A 49-year-old man being held at Poole police station has been identified by family as Paul Elsey, the son of 71-year-old Rosemary Dinch and the uncle of Nathan Elsey, 19, who were both arrested but released on suspicion of murder earlier this week.Tonight his father Greg (centre) has protested his son’s innocence and slammed the police for their behaviour.The clip was posted on Twitter this morning by British actor and writer Charley Boorman who wrote: 'Campden Hill Road yesterday!Come on @Tf L and Metropolitan Police bloody well do something.' They announced their shock separation last month, after the actor's new romance with Mary Elizabeth Winstead emerged.Exc Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.Police searching for missing student Gaia Pope (left) have arrested a third suspect after a pile of clothes feared to belong to the teenager were found scattered in a field today (bottom right).

After complaints of 'anti-social behaviour' from business tenants in the building and members of the public living nearby he was also served with an eviction notice by a council.

A company which owns Queens House, where the homeless man has made his home, said it had tried to work with York City Council to have him moved into a hostel - but he had refused.

There's nothing more festive than getting the family together to deck the halls and load the tree with baubles that have lived in the loft for 20 years and angels the kids have made out of loo roll tubes.

He said the public would be ‘gobsmacked’ if they knew how his family had been treated.

Speaking outside his home, he said his son attended the police station with a solicitor before he was arrested.

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