A couple who lived in a house in Bridgend where two babies were found dead have been named and pictured.
Van driver Žilvinas Ledovskis, 47, and his partner Eglė Žilinskaitė, 29, are believed to have moved into the end-of-terrace property in the suburb of Wildmill around a year ago.
The house was cordoned off after the bodies of the infants were discovered on Saturday, with officers called to the scene just before 8pm.
South Wales Police have not confirmed the relationship between the babies, but some reports suggest they could be twins.
Two men and a woman suspected of concealing the birth of a child have been arrested.
The three suspects remain in custody.
The force told Metro.co.uk it “neither confirmed nor denied” the identities of the occupants of the three-storey property.
Post-mortem tests are done on babies to try to determine how and when they died.
A Home Office pathologist will complete the investigation, but the results are not expected for several weeks.
A number of neighbors said they were unaware of the existence of children on the property in the Maes-Y-Felin area.
Next-door neighbor Charmaine Gardener-Ponting, 27, said she had lived next door to the house for a year and had never heard or seen babies there.
She said: ‘We were told by the police that they had been called to investigate another matter and that is when they found the babies.
“We didn’t know them very well. We said hello to them but we didn’t know their names.
She added: ‘I never knew the pregnant woman. I didn’t see her as regularly as I saw the one guy but every time I saw her she always wore very baggy clothes and she wasn’t short so it would have been hard to tell.
“The only guy was still working on his car in the garage.”
Another neighbour, Nathan Jones, 40, said: ‘I’ve never seen babies there and I’ve never known anyone pregnant.
“I would see the man and woman walk towards their van while I was walking the dog, but I never spoke to them.
“It’s a real tragedy that something like this can happen and no one knows about it.”
The discovery of the infants was described as “shocking and tragic news” by Bridgend County Borough Council leader Huw Davis, who said locals were supporting each other as the investigation continued.
People have been urged not to speculate and allow the police to carry out a full investigation, with officers maintaining a visible presence in the area.
Another unnamed neighbor added: “There’s a lot of speculation – people are obviously very worried.”