This is the chilling moment a man was filmed clinging on to a two-year-old toddler moments before he was arrested for the murder of her mother.

As police arrive to arrest Dylan Harries he can be seen cradling the youngster – after stabbing Katrina Evemy multiple times in a savage attack on April 13 last year.

The teenage mum was stabbed in the eyes, throat, leg and stomach – slicing her liver – and she was also badly bitten during the vicious assault.

The 19-year-old was declared brain dead after ‘catastrophic and irreversible’ brain damage two days later on April 19.

The footage – which has never been seen before today – features in a documentary which airs tonight with how Dyfed-Powys Police investigated the murder of the young mum from Llanelli is to be aired on S4C tonight.




It includes the moment Harries is arrested.

He is seen being frisked by officers, initially appearing calm until the officers attempt to place him in handcuffs.

At that point, Mr Harries makes demands to see “his daughter”, and is subdued on the sofa.

Harries – who denied murdering his partner of seven-months – was eventually convicted of murder and jailed for 27 years last October.

Harries protested his innocence – claiming he found the young mum covered in blood on the floor when he arrived at the house.

But he was found guilty by jury after a two-week trial.

Just over a year since the attack, Dyfed-Powys Police has partnered with S4C for a Welsh-language documentary on the police’s work on the case.

A dramatic collection of police bodycam footage includes the moment officers arrested Mr Harries at Katrina’s address on Graig Avenue in Llanelli.

Police reveal tonight how they proved their case against Harries, retracing his movements on CCTV and establishing a motive after digital forensic work on his phone.

Just over a year since the attack, Dyfed-Powys Police has partnered with S4C for a Welsh-language documentary on the police’s work on the case.

Detective Sergeant Kim Harries said that the case was “difficult and emotional”.



“She was a normal girl, going about her normal day, a young mum with a young daughter,” she said.

“The injuries were horrific, like I’ve never seen before. It was very upsetting.

“[Harries] was a very jealous, controlling person. And that drove him to a fit of jealous rage.

“We instructed a forensic odontologist to look at a bite mark on Katrina’s arm as well as a cast of Dylan Harries’ teeth. His opinion was that it was conclusive that the bite mark had been made by him.”

Detective Chief Inspector Ifan Charles added: “There are no winners when it comes to a murder investigation.

"You have a 19-year-old woman, Katrina Evemy who has tragically died, a daughter who won’t have a mother for the rest of her life and then Dylan Harries had his life ahead of him but made a terrible decision that day.

“But I think at least now Katrina’s family have some closure, knowing that Dylan Harries has received justice for what he did.


"It has been a year since Katrina Evemy sadly died, and with the support of her family we wanted to tell the story of the investigation in to her murder.

"Katrina died in the worst circumstances, and to make things worse for her family, her killer refused to accept responsibility for his crime.

"We hope this programme shows how hard police officers work to get justice for victims and families of the most horrific crimes.”

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