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All the latest on what's come in on the phones in just a moment
but first a quick reminder of the shocking murder
Until these people get caught we cannot rebuild our lives. We are
stuck, we cannot move forward. Have you had many calls on this
tonight? We have had some, but we would like more, particularly about
the cars. You have CCTV of them going along the road. Yes, they are
pivotal in the inquiry, and we would like more information of the
passengers in those vehicles on the night. And there are also passers-by
who are unrelated but you would like to talk to them. Yes, we would like
to speak to the people we identified here, as we said earlier they are
probably nothing to do with it but may have witnessed something to do
with our inquiry. Really good calls on the mopeds robbery we showed you,
lots of good information coming through. The robbery at the shop in
Bootle where the assistant was held at knife-point, a possible name has
been given but we still need more information of course. And that
awful unprovoked attack at the bookies in Wolverhampton, positive
leads on this one which are being chased up as we speak.
Earlier tonight we heard about the discovery of human remains
in the back garden of a house in Galway in Ireland in 2002.
Detective Inspector Michael Coppinger from the Irish police
Any new leads? Yes, we have had a number of new calls and we are very
pleased with that, we will be following them up over the next few
days but I would appeal to your viewers to look again at the image
of the person known as Dave. We need to get a positive identification on
him. We believe that he may have been calling family and friends in
the UK, we would ask those people to call. Any idea why anybody would
have wanted to murder this man? That is why we need to speak to people,
they may have an idea of the terrible motive.
Next, a reminder of the tragic case of Marvin Couson.
Shot by a stray bullet outside a nightclub in 2002,
The gunshot punctured his heart, so that is what caused his brain
injury. Marvin had to live as a result of the gunshot wound 13 years
in pain, in suffering. I want them caught, I want justice.
DCI Noel McHugh who is leading the investigation is back with us.
And you have had a fairly significant call? Yes, the name has
been given for the person who may have been driving the Burgundy Ford
Fiesta. There were around 300 people on the street that night, you still
want to hear from anyone else with information. Yes, many of them would
have seen what happened to Marvin and subsequently may have heard
things. There is a big reward, ?40,000 for information. Yes, so
anyone who has information, please may they call this evening.
Back now to the Flying Squad's hunt for the outstanding member
Detective Superintendent Craig Turner who leads the squad is back.
We have had some significant phone calls this evening, all of which
will be assessed by detectives, but I would like to go back to our
appeal. The Metropolitan Police are offering ?20,000 for the identity of
Basil. We know that he may well be local and wearing a wig. He had a
pivotal role in the heist. Yes, he was employed by the team to gain
entry to the Hatton Garden safety deposit box area. We wish you the
best. Keep those calls coming. Really good
calls on the CCTV and the wanted faces. The promising new lead on
Mark Fitton, a possible sighting. This was the second phase we showed
you, a positive lead on him, and Miles Phillips, a positive new line
of inquiry on this one. Really good calls tonight, please make sure you
call in whether it is the wanted faces or the CCTV, they really do
help. We'll be back next month
but in the mean time please do take a look at the appeals on the website
to see if you can help. Many thanks for all
of your calls so far. Are these the sort of programmes
the BBC should be making? STACEY DOOLEY: Do you understand
that sorry isn't enough?