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Hello, welcome back. Lots to tell you about. First, a quick reminder
of our appeal to find the murderer of 55-year-old Valerie Graves.
We just couldn't comprehend how it could happen.
We were asleep in the house at the time.
Well, Detective Superintendent Nick May is here gone. Bosnia ham - near
Chichester. How have the calls been for you? It has been interesting. --
Bosham. We have had calls, some of which we
will follow up. One of the important aspects of this is the hammer. If
people look at the pictures of the hammer online, you don't want to
know where it was bought, but what you want to know? If anyone has had
a hammer stolen or lost a hammer similar to that before 29th
December. What about people who maybe have suspicions and want to
talk to you, but think this was a person capable of killing somebody
in the middle of the night with a hammer. What would you say to them?
We would be interested to hear from anyone who knows or has a suspicion
about anybody, either in a personal or professional capacity. They can
ring in and not give details to us and there are measures we can take
to protect those people. Several interesting calls. On the first CCTV
we showed you the skateboard attack - those calls have provided possible
names for the suspects. Detectives are hopeful to identify them
tonight. The second - the attempted rob ri in Manchester -- robbery in
Manchester, we've had a possible name for him. Detectives are
following those leads as we speak. Back to the murder of 53-year-old
Jean Campbell in Glasgow just before Christmas.
A terrible attack, this one. What has come in tonight? A good
response. Over a dozen phone calls in relation to this murder. There
have been a few people mentioned. Details of whom are important to the
enquiry. This is a violent attack on a mother, grandmother and wife. We
are asking for any informations at all. Come forward, irrespective of
how in you think it may be. There are a number of people you want to
trace, aren't there? We have identified a number of still images
of people between 9. 30pm-11. 30pm. They may hold vital information.
There is a reward? There is a reward of up to ?5,000 for any information
leading to the arrest and conviction of Jean's killer. Earlier we
introduced you to this fellow. He is a serial burglar. He targets the
homes of the rich and famous, mainly in South London. DI O'Sullivan is
leading the case. Have you had any calls? We've had two very important
calls we are working on at the moment. Remind people - he goes
first to - I don't want to use the phrase, case the joint, but that is
what he does? Normally he commits the offences between 1am-5am. A lot
of people go on to our website to take a detailed look. Seeing him
with his mouth over his -- with his hand over his mouth, what do you
think he's doing? Recording into a dictaphone, so he knows the
whereabouts for his returned visit. People want to take a closer look,
they should go on to the website. We've had potential sighting for
Cicak cik. Some as recently as tonight. Wanted face, number four,
putting him in areas where detectives know he has links. So,
detectives following that up. Wanted face, number eight, again, calls
coming in, saying we know that these are areas he has links. Crucially
one call coming in, giving a possible place of work. Really good
calls. Please keep them coming in. Thank you. That's everything for
now. But of course all of the reconstruction, the wanted faces and
CCTV are online. Take another look if you can. The lines are open until
midnight tomorrow. Thank you for all your calls, they really do make a
difference. From everyone on the team, thanks again. Night-night.