A female body was discovered at a derelict building in Pembroke Dock yesterday (October 24).

Western Telegraph:

Floral tributes left outside Pembroke Dock's commodore Hotel.


The discovery was made during the search for missing 16-year-old Kianna Patton.

Formal identification is yet to take place however next of kin have been made aware.

The body was discovered at around 4.45pm on Thursday. Fire and ambulance also attended.

HM Coroner has been informed.

On the Dyfed-Powys Police Facebook page, Lisa Patton, Kianna's auntie, wrote: "On behalf of my sister (Kianna's mum) and the family I would like to thank each and every one of you for your thoughts and prayers.

"As you can imagine we are all in a lot of pain but we will support each other and get through this.

"Anyone that is going through problems, or needs help please speak to someone, a friend, collegue, doctor, just someone.

"Dont go through it alone. Its ok to not be ok. Dont suffer in silence. You will be surprised how much you are truly loved."

Kianna's father, Pilgrim Patton, who lives in Germany, wrote: "From our hearts, we thank all of you, everyone, for your prayers, you loving messages of support & your best wishes.
"I would also like to thank everyone involved in the search for Kianna & the Dyfed Powys Police for doing everything they could to find her. I am truly grateful. Thank you."

Pembroke Dock Town Council has expressed its condolences on Twitter: "Our mayor Cllr Gordon Goff and Pembroke Dock Town Council wish to send their condolences and thoughts to the parents and family of Kianna Patton at this sad time."