A former North Wales Police superintendent who was jailed for sexually abusing young boys has died.
Gordon Anglesea, 79, of Old Colwyn, Conwy county, was jailed for 12 years for historical offences in November.
He abused two boys between 1982 and 1987 when they were 14 or 15, his trial at Mold Crown Court heard.
Anglesea died in hospital on Thursday, his solicitor Jonathan Wall, of Manchester-based Burton Copeland, said.
In November, the retired police officer lodged an appeal against his convictions for three indecent assaults on one boy and one indecent assault on another.