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of what is coming into night in a moment but a reminder of the appeal
to find those responsible for the death of Robert Hart at a music
festival in Manchester. He was my best friend. He never let me down.
The attack was so severe. Sadly, he just lost his life. Detective
Inspector Richard Eales from Greater Manchester Police is leading the
team investigating the crime. Did things get moving tonight? Yes, we
had an impressive response from the public, particularly we received
calls relating to the images of people -- relating to the people
stood close to Robert and Gemma. You can see on the website pictures of
the individuals you are keen to trace. Let's have a description of
person you are looking for. He is mixed race, six. A muscular build.
Short dark hair, shaved the sides and wearing a dark jacket and
shorts. The festival was attended by 70,000 people a day. You are looking
for people who might have taken footage on their mobile phone, or
video footage. If they were in the main stage area between 9pm and
9:45pm, we would ask them to come forward. The image on the screen, it
is of interest to us. Remember the CCTV we showed you of a bank robbery
in Buckinghamshire. A suspect was wearing a hat with a Batman logo. We
have had names suggested. Several possible sightings, as well. The
other robbery in Hertfordshire, at a convenience store. The suspect had
his head inside a plastic bag, but we have possible names.
Back to the case of Alan Jeal, whose body was found washed up on a beach
in Cornwall in February. It is really upsetting that his life
should come to an end like that in circumstances we do not understand.
It makes it doubly difficult. Did he meet anyone, did he see anyone? What
was he doing during those last hours? What has come in tonight? We
have had calls, but we still do not know the information we need to
know, for example, he had three bus trips that evening, going from
Wadebridge, to draw row, and back to Perranporth. We need to know the
purpose -- Truro. Anything on the missing items? Unfortunately not, he
had bank cards we have not had information about. He also bought a
weights belt and ankle weights. We have not recovered those and we
would like any information about those. And the coat he was wearing
in the CCTV. It was a light blue coat and we have no information
about that, which is important to us. All of these questions are
important, particularly for the family. Without this information it
makes it worse for them to cope with.
We can return to the murder of Nahid Almanea. The 31-year-old student
from Saudi Arabia, stabbed 16 times when she made her way to lectures at
the University of Essex in Colchester, which happened in June
this year. DCI Lucy Morris, have you been encouraged by Corston night? We
had an interesting name mentioned, which we are pursuing. We need help
to identify a man in a Page jacket seen in the area. Take me through
the route that she was taking that morning. She left her home address
in Colchester and walked down Stanley Worcester Way, cutting
through shops. We have images of her on CCTV there. Her body was found at
10:37am. Given there were a lot of students, it was a busy area, you
are keen to trace witnesses? We want to hear from students in the area,
particularly if they have left to go home for the holidays. And we want
to hear from students who knew her personally.
Good calls on the CCTV and wanted faces. John Heald is wanted in
connection with the murder of a landlady in Bridlington and there
have been lots of possible sightings, some as recently as
today. And Cezar Florea. He is wanted in connection with an
attempted sexual assault. Detectives following those up right now.
All of the reconstructions, wanted faces and CCTV are online. Lines
will be open until midnight tomorrow. We are back in September
with a programme marking 30 years of Crimewatch and looking back at some
of the biggest cases you have helped to solve. Good night.
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