Driverline 247 - Man arrested
A 52-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an incident at Driverline 247 Ltd, recruitment agency which left one man dead and three others injured.
The man, from Cardiff, was arrested on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and false imprisonment, police said. The incident happened at an industrial estate in New Inn, Pontypool, Torfaen. As part of the inquiry armed officers looking for the suspect had surrounded a house in Rumney, Cardiff, but after six hours it was found to be empty.
When Gwent Police reached the offices of Driverline 247 Ltd they found one injured man who then died at the scene and another had serious head injuries.
Another two men were found to be suffering from smoke inhalation due to a fire which had been started at the premises.
Police used dogs and a helicopter in the search for the attacker, who had fled the scene at South Pontypool Industrial Park and Torfaen Business Centre.
Their hunt became focused on a house in Penrhos Crescent, Rumney, 20 miles from New Inn. Shortly after, police confirmed they had made an arrest.
All three injured men were taken to the Royal Gwent Hospital, in Newport, where a spokesman said they were in a stable condition.