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The family of Richard Marc Ash, 57, have paid tribute to him, describing him as ‘a lovely person’.
The family of a man, who died in Caerphilly on Sunday 17 July, have described him as ‘lovely’.
Officers were called to an address in Long Row, Elliots Town, at around 00.40am after a man was found unresponsive.
Welsh Ambulance Service paramedics attended and confirmed that a 57-year-old man had died; he can now be named as Richard Marc Ash.
His parents have released the following tribute to him:
“Richard Marc was an introverted, lovely person. My wife and I were blessed to be his parents.
“All those who knew Richard Marc have nothing but praise for the type of man he was.
“He was a lovely person and we will always remember him as such.”
We’ve launched a murder investigation and a 31-year-old woman from Caerphilly was arrested on suspicion of murder.
She was later charged with this offence and was remanded into custody after appearing at Newport Crown Court.
We're not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident at this time.