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Hello and welcome back. As a result of your calls tonight, a police
unit is already on its way to arrest someone, and someone else
has called up to say they're going to hand themselves in. A reminder
of our first programme. It was the murder of bystander Rico Gordon in
I remember calling him and saying, where are you now? He was, like,
I'm coming. I was, like, well, if you are not here soon I'm going to
go to sleep. Then it just cut out. Rico! I wish that the phone
conversation that we had was more... Are better last conversation. I
feel like the main part of my life is missing. That isn't easily
filled. Here again is Detective Superintendent Sue Scott from Avon
and Somerset police. A we've had some really interesting
developments. Lots of phone calls, lots of names. That's good news.
The car, the blue Alfa-Romeo, why was that important? Because we are
looking for the person who fixed that broken window between 3rd July
and the sixth of July. The we haven't had that called tonight, it
could be an important one. The CCTV of the what this is, you said those
people could be crucial. The man in the white shirt. We are still
looking for a name for this man and also the man in the tracksuit. We
would like some names for those individuals. We have two names for
this lady here, if that is you then give us a call. Thank you. Do
please keep calling. The lines are Great response on the CCTV. The
Warrington nightclub head-butt that we shall do. We've had 10 of phone-
calls, e-mails, the same name has come up seven times for this guy.
It also had a call from someone claiming to be responsible for that
incident and they are going to hang themselves in. A man had a broken
jaw from this guy, we have the same name seven times for the offender.
And the Yorkshire Cancer charity shop burglary. The same name has
come up twice for him will stop a great response on the CCTV.
Earlier, we told you about the body of a baby boy that was found in a
stream in Kirkham in Lancashire last month. What has come in?
had a significant number of calls around the items we featured in the
appeal, particularly the baby grow, the issue this and the towels.
Individually, I know where all of those came form. We need the vital
clue that clusters those items together and provide the vital clue
in the jigsaw that makes up this case. And you are desperate for the
mother to come forward as well. Absolutely desperate. Out there we
have a woman or young girl who has given birth and the child has ended
up in the stream. Somebody placed it there. We need to know how that
happened. We will help you and sort this out. A reminder of the
appalling case of mistaken identity in which 14-year-old Kallio Hogan
was kneecapped on his doorstep by a gunman in High Wycombe. -- Kallio
Hogan. I was on the computer and watching -- and my sister was
watching TV. There was a knock on the door. No one was there for
He should never have gone through what he did. He is just an innocent
boy. We are joined again by DCI Joe Kidman. This was an appalling crime,
appalling injuries suffered. How have the phone calls gone tonight?
Lots of good cause, particularly about the jacket. And from lots of
people who know the general circumstances. What we need of the
names of the two individuals on the CCTV. People can go to the website
and checkout that CCTV again. They were caught on camera. Let's remind
people, four operations this young boy has gone through. You s, he may
need war. Over 50 pellets, most of them have been removed but some
have to stay there. Great stuff coming in on the faces. Abdi Karim
Ismail wanted for sexual assault on a teenager. 25 Leeds the police are
following up. Alexander Abimbola, wanted for dangerous driving. Four
sightings for him. Robert Stevens, wanted for armed robbery. 24 calls
for him. Very interesting leaves the police are following up. That