Tributes paid to North Wales MI6 worker

Tributes have been paid to an MI6 worker from North Wales who was found murdered at his flat in London.

31 year old Gareth Williams grew up in Anglesey and was found dead on Monday at his flat in Pimlico.

The Metropolitan Police say more tests will now be done on his body to find out how he died.

Gareth's family say they knew he worked at GCHQ in London but they had no idea what he did there.

Uncle William Hughes has paid tribute, he said:

"Gareth was a very quiet man who kept himself to himself and enjoyed riding his bicycle.

"We didn't know anything about his work, we knew where he worked but that was it, we didn't know what he did.

"It is a terrible shock for everyone, all the family."

Hear the interview with Heart's Steffan Messenger

David Hughes is chairman of the Mona Racing Club where Gareth was a member. He's been telling Heart that Gareth was a true gentleman.