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|Reward to catch mother's killer
||Reward to catch mother's killer
(about 1 hour later)
A Â£20,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the successful conviction of the killer of a mother from south Wales.
Beverley Parkhouse, aged 45, was found dead in a room which had been set on fire in her father's house in Nantymoel in Bridgend county.
Police did not initially treat her death as murder but suspicions were raised when tests showed she had died before the fire was started.
One man has been arrested and released.
South Wales Police have set up a mobile police station outside her father's house to attract people who have information to come forward.
It comes a day before Ms Parkhouse, who was a care worker, would have turned 46.
Mrs Parkhouse was found at her father's home (L)
|Ms Parkhouse lived in Ogmore Vale but would stay at her father's house several times a week.||Ms Parkhouse lived in Ogmore Vale but would stay at her father's house several times a week.|
On 3 September, she went out with friends in Nantymoel to the Top Club before returning to her father's home and going to bed.
But when she still had not got up late the following morning, her father went to check on her and found her lying dead in her bed.
A fire had been started in the room.
At first police did not treat her death as suspicious, but as their investigations continued, enough evidence was gathered to suggest she had been murdered.
One man came forward and told police he had been with Ms Parkhouse after her father had last seen her. He was questioned and released on police bail.
Police have also put posters up appealing for information about her death and her husband, Andre, has also made a fresh appeal for help in solving the mystery over his wife's death.
|An inquest into her death has been opened and adjourned. Arrangements have been made for her body to be released to her family for the funeral.||An inquest into her death has been opened and adjourned. Arrangements have been made for her body to be released to her family for the funeral.|
Anyone with any information is asked to contact South Wales Police on 01656 655 555