15/12/2011 Crimewatch


15/12/2011

On the twentieth anniversary of the murder of Detective James Morrison in London's busy Covent Garden, police hope that a new reconstruction will help finally catch his killer.


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Tonight, the 15-year-old schoolboy attacked out of the blue by a

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complete stranger. Boy, come over here. Mo. He suffered 90% brain

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damage and will never recover. Knowing how lively he was, it seems

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absolutely desperately sad. Every parent expects their child to be

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pushing them around in their wheelchair. So who did it? Welcome

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Crimewatch. We're going bring you the appalling case of Mo Bourner in

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a mo.. First, a quick look at -- Mo Bourner. Jim Morrison was stabbed

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after chasing a thief through Covent Garden in 1991. It seems

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awful that somebody is still out there that has committed a murder

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and is walking around having a life. And Rav is here with the wanted

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faces. Yeah people wanted for murder fraud

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and drug dealing and unbelievable CCTV, including this new footage of

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the summer riots in London, showing terrified staff at a money exchange

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literally fleing from a mob of looters.

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Police in Essex need your help to catch whoever has been throwing

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rocks from road bridges, causing serious injuries to motorists. And

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Matthew will have the latest news on cases solved thanks to your call.

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Including this man from our last show, who having robbed a string of

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bookies was spotted by a viewer and has already been sentenced to six-

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and-a-half years in prison. And I bet there are lots of people who'd

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love to see something like this waiting for them on their Christmas

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morning, but can you help to track down the thieves who've stolen

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�30,000 worth of similar model railway from a museum.

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We start tonight with the completely unprovoked, but

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devastating attack on 15-year-old schoolboy, Mo Bourner. It happened

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in Bexhill in East Sussex. It happened on the Hallowe'en weekend.

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After six weeks in a coma, he is now in a stable condition in

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hospital, but has lost 90% of his brain function. He'll never be the

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He's really, really lovely boy, kind, such a beautiful young man,

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looking forward to life. He's a very well known, popular lad. He

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doesn't wish harm on anybody ever in his life. He's peace loving. He

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likes to go out and enjoy himself. Weed we'd go off on his BMX and

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he'd do a crazy stunt. I'd have my heart in my mouth. But he'd be up

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there, so fearless. To then see him laying there, being kept alive and

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knowing how lively he was, it seems 15-year-old Mo Bourner's life has

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changed forever, following a violent and completely unprovoked

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attack. I now urgently need to trace the man who with a single

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punch has taken away Mo's future and left his family feeling utterly

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devastated. The last week I was with him was

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half term. He was down from London for this week staying with me here

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on the farm. He was helping me take a fence down and he was working

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really hard. He was using all the tools, as hide shown him. He was a

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boy, but he was coming into being a young man and I had a glimpse of

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what he was going to be like for his future life. He was really

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looking forward to go to the beach party with his friends. The last

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thing he gave me a big thumbs up. "Dad I love you. I'll give you a

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ring later tonight, when we're through with the party and you can

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I've been friends with Mo for three, four years now, ever since I met

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him, he's always been there. I've always been there for him. It's a

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two-way friendship. It was a very lively atmosphere. Me and Mo and

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about ten other people rapping round the fire. It was starting to

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get a bit late. I said I'd better go home. He said, see you later

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mate. Get home safe and that, he said, yeah I will. I assumed he

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would get home all right. I left. At about midnight Mo and a group of

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his friends decided to go back towards the town centre, where he

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was planning on calling his father to pick him up. Boy, come over here.

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I'll go and see what he wants. You've got a problem. I don't have

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a problem. Someone needs to teach you a lesson. Mo! With that one

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punch, Mo was knocked backwards, hitting his head on the car and

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then the pavement and left with severe head injuries. The attacker

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then ran off towards the centre of Bexhill and may well have spent the

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rest of the evening in local bars. I'm convinced he would have told

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others about what he'd just done. It's those people I need to come

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forward tonight. It went past midnight and I thought, well, maybe

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he's with a friend and he'd give me a ring soon. The next thing I know

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was any parent's worst nightmare. Straight into the A&E. There he was,

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recognisable, but only just because he had so many pipes and tubes,

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full life support. He was in such a serious condition. Many people

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don't realise a single punch can have devastating conconstituencies.

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We've done a detailed brain scan on Mo. The brain is still very swollen.

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Areas of the brain whiter than the rest are deeply injured brain cells

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that will go on to die. He was being fed through a tube and

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has not shown purposeful movement. The Mo that his family knew before

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will never come back. Every parent expects their child to be pushing

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them around in their wheelchair W him, we've just got to be strong

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for him. Any mother watching this will

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understand what I mean, to be a mother and, you know, your child

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going through that, I wish that happened to me, not Mohammed.

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heart breaking. DCI Nick Sloan from Surrey and Sussex major crime team

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is leading the investigation. This was a fine, decent young boy, about

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to start sitting his GCSEs. Devastating for the family,

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obviously. Let's go to the facts, what do we know about the attacker?

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What do -- where do we think he went? He was tacked by a stranger

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in his early to mid-20s. Having punched Mo he ran into the town

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centre, down brassy Road. There he spent the rest of the evening in

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bars and clubs. He may have confided in someone about what he'd

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just done. Now, it might be that those people don't realise just how

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serious, just how life shattering that assault was and if they were

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spoken to that night, if they heard something, I need them to come

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forward and tell me the truth. Those are the people you need to

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talk to, those people who are watching tonight might think if

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this bloke is capable of that, I'm worried about my own safety. What

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can you say to reassure them? can offer them reassurance and

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anonymity. They can have confidence and come forward to talk to us.

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Thank you very much. That appeal to come forward goes to

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the person who threw the punch. You may not have intended to cause such

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a serious injury. If you think you can help, whoever you are, I would

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urge you please to call now. You saw what happened: Or call

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Crimestoppers, and do that anonymously.

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Now the first batch of wanted faces. We start with this guy, Mohammed

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Tariq. He's wanted in connection with the murder of a man after a

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suspected road rage incident in Derby in August. The 26-year-old

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uses the name Tariq Rafiq as well. Number two is this fella, Gavin

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Carabini. Police want to speak to him about a burglary at the home of

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an 84-year-old widow during which jewellery worth more than �12,000

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was taken. He uses the alias Robert Murray has links to Dublin,

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Llanelli, Liverpool and Carlisle. He's considered to be dangerous. If

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you see him call the police. Number three is this guy, this is Nisar

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Dad. He's wanted for assaulting a partner. He has links to London,

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Leeds and Birmingham. Then Robert Taylor-Barefoot. He's a convicted

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fraudster who coned people out of almost �250,000, which he used to

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fund his lavish lifestyle. The 33- year-old, who had a tribal tattoo

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on his left arm, has linked to Shropshire, Surrey, London,

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Australia. All of tonight's faces are on the website. If you know

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where they are please call: You can also text. This week marks the 2078

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anniversary of the brutal murder of a police officer in Covent Garden.

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Detective Constable Jim Morrison was off duty when he tried to stop

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a bag thief. His sense of duty may have ult muttly cost him his --

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One thing that he wouldn't ever do would be to turn a blind eye and

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walk away. That wasn't in his character to do that. Christmas in

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Covent Garden in London's glittering West End can be a

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magical time. But it was here, two decades ago, that a promising young

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police officer thought nothing about his own safety, when, off

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duty, he chase aid thief through these streets. Tragically his

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heroic actions were to cost him his life. The murder of Detective

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Constable Jim Morrison on December 13th, 1991, was headline news at

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the time. ARCHIVE: Police are calling for

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witnesss to the murder of an off duty detective... Despite the

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efforts of police, his killer has never been caught. His family and

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colleagues mourn the death of a pop already and well-liked man. I was

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about 19, when we first met. We met in a bar. We hit it off and romance

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and relationship blossomed from there. We had made plans for our

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future. We had made plans about starting a family in a few years'

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time, at that point. I came down from Scotland to join the police,

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Jim had actually joined before me, about six months in front of me. We

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just bonded straight away. It was a really good friendship. It kind of,

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almost like a brother type set up, I would imagine. Christmas 1991,

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we'd been married just over three years. We were making plans to go

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up to spend Christmas with his family, which was the first

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Christmas that we were both able to get the time from work to go up. So

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we were quite looking forward to going away for a week or two. The

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morning of the 13th was like any We both got ready. We had breakfast.

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We both went to work. A member of the Metropolitan Police since 1983,

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Jim had moved quickly from being a uniformed beat officer in Covent

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Garden to his first role as a detective. He was incredibly

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passionate about the job. He really believed completely in what he was

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doing. He called me from work to say that he was going to go for a

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drink after work, and he would be in around the same time as me.

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MUSIC Jim was one of many people in

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Covent Garden's pubs that night enjoying the festive season. A pint

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of the usual, please. But while the majority were simply

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having a good time, others were looking to take advantage of the

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relaxed atmosphere. A group of thieves was targeting pub goers.

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Jim was experienced at spotting this type of criminal, and it's

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thought he came across one of these thieves on his way home.

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What you got there, sir? I'm a police officer. You're coming with

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me. OK. Stop. At the Transport Museum in Covent Garden, Jim was

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spotted struggling with the bag snatcher.

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He chased him towards the Aldwych. Put the knife down. Put the knife

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It felt as if we'd been in the hospital for a long time before a

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doctor came in and informed me of - of what had happened, and it was

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fatal. Police launched a major investigation to help reach as many

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people as possible. They also turned to Crimewatch. Taking calls

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that night were Jim's friends and colleagues, including Detective

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Inspector Dave Willis. The night of the appeal - that must have been a

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difficult, difficult evening for you. Yes, we handle serious and

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major crimes on a daily basis. Jim was a good friend of mine. When

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your friend is stabbed in those circumstances, it's a horrific

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thing to be investigating. But you did get good demfgs that night?

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We established a woman who had her handbag stolen from the Maple Leaf.

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This was a useful bit of information that took the inquiry

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forward. Even now, 20 years on, we're desperate for information

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that'll help us catch Jim's killer. It feels awful that somebody is

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still out there who has committed a murder and is walking around having

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a life. It's now 20 years since Detective

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Constable Jim Morrison was killed here, where his memorial now stands,

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but his killer is still at large. For the sake of his widow and his

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family, if you know who did this, it's time to finally come forward.

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I really miss his friendship and him being there, yeah, a big hole

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in our life. Whenever somebody dies or is killed tragically like that

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any time of year is going to be horrendous, but at Christmas, it

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just felt, for me, very hard because it was Christmas, you know,

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and I used to walk through Covent Garden and see the Christmas trees,

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and just - and life goes on for everybody else, but you don't

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really want it to. We're joined now by Detective Chief Inspector Amanda

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Hargreaves. Given when this happened, around about

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Christmastime this must have been a particularly difficult time of year

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for Jim's family. Devastating, totally devastating, compounded by

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the fact it was just before his birthday, just before Christmas,

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truly devastating for everyone. you talk us through what happened

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where. He tried to arrest the suspect outside the Transport

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Museum. He ran off towards the Aldwych. Jim gave chase. The chase

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ended up in Montreal Place where he was fatally stabbed. Of course, we

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have to bear in mind this happened 20 years ago. Is it useful, though,

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to give a description of the suspect? Yes, there were plenty of

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people around that night. Witnesses describe the suspect as being

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between 27 and 30 years of age, male, of North African, Algerian

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appearance, about 5'10", short, dark hair with distinctive dark

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curls at the front wearing a leather jacket. It's interesting

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you and your team have been approached recently by potentially

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important witnesses here. Yes, two callers have phoned into the

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incident room. They have left numbers. When they tried -- we

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tried to call back, we have had no answer. We'd like them to call

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again. There is a substantial reward being offered.? �20,000

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leading to the arrest and prosecution. We wish you and your

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team the best tonight. Thank you. We saw there - it has

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been 20 long years of waiting for Jim's widow. If you know anything,

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tonight is the night to come forward. Call us now, 0500 600 600.

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Now, Rav has got some CCTV for you to take a look at.

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We start in Nottingham. Check out the guy in the sunglasses

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as he waits in line at a Lloyds TSB bank on a Monday morning in July.

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He approaches the counter and hands the cashier a note demanding money

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and saying he's got a gun. Nonchalantly, he waits for his haul

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branch of Lloyds in the City. He's still sporting his shades, and the

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routine's the same. He approaches the counter and gets out his

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shopping bags, then hands over the note, which again demands cash and

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threatens he has a gun. There is a �25,000 reward for

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information leading to his conviction. So can you name this

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shady character tonight? A man and a woman enjoy a pizza as

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they wait for a late-night train at Hackney central overground station

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on a Friday night in August. As they sit chatting, a man wheeling a

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mountain bike wheels his way towards the platform. Then, without

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provocation, the cyclist knocks the pizza box on to the floor before

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attacking the man, knocking him And even hitting him with his bike.

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But the attacker then leaves the way he came. The victim suffered a

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head wound and had to be taken to hospital. Tell us - who is this

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This is a footpath in the town of Berkhamstead in September. A woman

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has just walked past when a man attracts her attention, exposing

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himself as he does. This isn't the first time he's done it. He has

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been at it since March. If he wanted exposure, he certainly got

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it now. Name, please. That footage is all on the website.

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If you know who any of them are, call 0500 600 600 or text 63399.

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OK. A quick appeal for information now on a case you may have seen in

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the news. Police are investigating two incidents where pieces of rock

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or concrete have been dropped from bridges on to cars on the A12 in

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Essex. Both happened during the evening of Thursday, December the

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1st. Now, during the first incident - it happened around about 9.30pm

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near the Fryeming Bridge. This big rock was dropped on to a Vauxhall

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Astra where a mum and daughter were driving along. The car was damaged,

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but amazingly, neither was hurt. It was just as if somebody put their

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hands over my eyes. I just heard a bang, and my windscreen shattered.

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Maybe if I was travelling that one mile an hour more, it could have

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come through my windscreen. They could have killed four people

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within half an hour and just go home and sleep. I don't understand

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how people could do that. They're obviously not normal people

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to do something like that. I'm scared that it's going to happen

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again to somebody else, and I want them to be caught, really.

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As if that wasn't bad enough, around about half an hour after

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that, a couple were driving under the West Hanningfield Bridge

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towards Brentford when their niece was hit by this block of concrete.

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The block crushed the female passenger, 57-year-old Carol Manley

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causing her serious head injuries. It's being treated as attempted

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murder. Police are appealing for information who has information to

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contact Essex Police. OK. It's time for some updates on

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some previous cases. We start with news on an appeal

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from our last programme. We asked for information about the death of

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Rico Gordon, who was shot after he was caught in the crossfire of a

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gunfight in the eastern area of Bristol in July. Two men from

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London, one 30 and one 26, have since been arrested and charged in

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connection with his murder. Officers have also identified two

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of the three witnesses they were seeking, but they'd still like to

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hear from anyone else who was on Stapleton Road on the night of the

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shooting or from anyone else who can help. If you can, contact Avon

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and Somerset Constabulary via Crimestoppers, 0800 555 111.

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In September, we appealed for information about the theft of this

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rare rhino head from the Haslemere Museum in Surrey. As a direct

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result from calls to the show, a 32-year-old man from Tilbury in

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Essex has been caught. An excellent result on a case we

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featured in May. A young woman was raped after she made her way out

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for a meal on Valentine's Day this year. We showed you this CCTV

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footage of her attacker just moments before he subjected her to

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the terrifying ordeal watching the programme that night was an officer

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from a neighbouring force who recognised similarities to a case

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that he was investigating. The shared intelligence led detectives

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to 27-year-old Michael Tejkowski from Maidstone. Last week he was

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found guilty of raping two women and sexually assaulting a third,

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sentencing him to 18 years in prison. The judge described him as

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"a thoroughly dangerous man" who had shown not a shred of remorse or

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human compassion towards his victims.

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Still to come tonight: why was 37- year-old Errol McKenzie shot dead

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in an East London park in an apparently random shooting?

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I just got in from church, and the telephone rang, and my eldest

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daughter said to me, "Mum, Errol died. Errol is dead." And can you

:26:05.:26:09.

identify the gang behind a shockingly violent robbery at the

:26:09.:26:15.

home of an elderly couple near Leicester?

:26:15.:26:18.

SHOUTING I was watching the one with the

:26:18.:26:22.

machete, which was a bit frightening, when I was hit in the

:26:22.:26:32.

face with a crowbar. And police in Glasgow need to know who these men

:26:32.:26:38.

are. They are both wanted for serious sexual assaults on the same

:26:38.:26:42.

woman. We'll have the inside story of how - sorry about that - we'll

:26:42.:26:46.

have the inside story of how detectives caught the killer of

:26:46.:26:50.

Birmingham taxi driver Mohammed Arshad. They brought the case to

:26:50.:26:53.

Crimewatch after a sharp-eyed detective spotted a new piece of

:26:53.:26:58.

CCTV. That's when we had a real

:26:58.:27:01.

breakthrough. But first, Matthew has the latest

:27:02.:27:06.

on what has been happening on the phones so far. It is very busy here

:27:06.:27:10.

on the floor tonight. Let's talk to Nick, who is investigating that

:27:10.:27:14.

devastating attack on the 15-year- old boy in Sussex. I know just in

:27:14.:27:17.

the last few seconds as we were starting chatting, you had some

:27:18.:27:21.

exciting information coming in. the calls, the texts, the e-mails -

:27:21.:27:25.

we're into double figures now, and the same person has been named on

:27:25.:27:29.

more than one occasion. Someone who has phoned through clearly know a

:27:29.:27:34.

lot about what happened. They don't want to leave their name, but I

:27:34.:27:37.

need them to phone back. One day these people could be parents.

:27:37.:27:40.

They've got to step forward and do the right thing now because they

:27:40.:27:43.

won't get the opportunity to turn the clock back. Thank you very much.

:27:43.:27:48.

If it was you that made that call, please call back. Rav

:27:48.:27:58.
:27:58.:28:02.

Number five is this fellow. This is Rehan Suleman. He's wanted

:28:02.:28:05.

in connection with the large-scale supply of heroin and crack cocaine

:28:05.:28:08.

as well as firearm offences. Suleman, who is 27, has connections

:28:08.:28:18.
:28:18.:28:19.

to Bradford and is known to use the alias Mohammed Baber. This one is

:28:19.:28:24.

taken from CCTV and is what he may look like now. Have a look at that.

:28:24.:28:33.

Next is this guy here. This is Steve James, also known as Mr Koch

:28:33.:28:38.

or Mr Horse. He's Peter James Waller, due to stand trial for

:28:38.:28:43.

stolen antiques and jewellery worth more than �130,000 but didn't turn

:28:43.:28:47.

up to court. He has various tattoos including

:28:47.:28:54.

one on his thumbs saying "mum" and "dad" and one "love" on his right

:28:54.:29:04.

knuckles. And lastly tonight, this is 33 year

:29:04.:29:07.

old Sodor Alom. Police need to trace him in connection with the

:29:07.:29:11.

rape of a woman in Newport in South Wales in January. He failed to turn

:29:11.:29:14.

up at court in August and has been wanted ever since. Alom, who may

:29:14.:29:24.

The couple whose Leicestershire farmhouse was raided by a gang.

:29:24.:29:27.

They made off with rare and valuable shot guns and rifles. Not

:29:27.:29:30.

only are they worth a lot of money, they could be deadly in the wrong

:29:30.:29:40.
:29:40.:29:45.

They loved the countryside and what it contains, different wildlife,

:29:45.:29:53.

bird life, all sorts of wonderful things. We're down a long farm

:29:53.:29:58.

drive. Our immediate neighbours are halfway down the farm drive. We've

:29:58.:30:05.

been here about 31 years now. Shooting and hunting and fishing,

:30:05.:30:08.

it's part of the rural thing, you know. It's how we've been brought

:30:08.:30:18.
:30:18.:30:21.

up. This is the home of Sandra and David Clarke, a Smallvilleage south

:30:21.:30:25.

of Leicestershire. -- Leicester. A masked gang put the couple through

:30:25.:30:30.

a terrible ordeal. They were tied up and David was savagely beaten

:30:30.:30:37.

with a machete and iron bar. It was a very normal day about the farm

:30:37.:30:43.

and about the yard, just normal. Mucking out, turning out, feeding

:30:43.:30:51.

and then I cooked dinner in the evening. I was watching the

:30:51.:30:55.

programme on the television. Sandra was in the other room watching a

:30:55.:31:01.

different programme. I'd just switched over to news at 10pm when

:31:01.:31:11.
:31:11.:31:15.

I was watching the one with the machete, which was a bit

:31:15.:31:23.

frightening, when I was hit in the face with a crow bar. It knocked my

:31:23.:31:29.

teeth out and that was the end of me then. Then I went down in a hail

:31:29.:31:34.

of blows from cricket bat and the machete. They took my watch and

:31:34.:31:43.

wallet and the keys. The keys to the gun cabinet. I did hear a noise.

:31:43.:31:48.

The next thing I knew there was a man standing alongside me with a

:31:48.:31:54.

crow bar in his hand. He just grabbed me and pulled me from the

:31:54.:31:58.

chair. They were still knocking David about and I remember shouting

:31:58.:32:02.

to them to leave him alone, because I said he'll have a heart attack,

:32:02.:32:06.

he's not well. I said that at least two or three times, which they

:32:06.:32:11.

didn't take any notice of me. That was the start of my ordeal with

:32:11.:32:18.

them. Where is the money? haven't got any. Don't lie! Tell me.

:32:18.:32:23.

Where is it. He got a screw driver that he poked in my cheek. Then he

:32:23.:32:28.

put it in my mouth, threatened me and then he threatened me with the

:32:28.:32:35.

machete. They wouldn't believe me that we hadn't got a safe. They

:32:35.:32:42.

trashed the office. There was rub esh -- rubbish everywhere. They

:32:42.:32:47.

crow barred the door but used the key to open the gun safe. Several

:32:47.:32:51.

of them are Purdey shot guns, which are the best money can buy. They're

:32:51.:32:59.

works of art. They certainly are my pride and joy and to see them being

:32:59.:33:09.

handled so roughly, it horrified me. He threatened to blow my head off

:33:09.:33:16.

with one of my guns if I didn't tell them where the safe was.

:33:16.:33:20.

said "You're lying to us. Where is the money?" They wouldn't believe

:33:20.:33:27.

us there wasn't any. They just wouldn't believe us. We were both

:33:27.:33:31.

taken back into the front room. They tied our legs and then they

:33:31.:33:36.

tied my legs then to the coffee table. We assumed they were loading

:33:36.:33:42.

up the vehicles with the guns. One of them went round and drew all the

:33:42.:33:52.
:33:52.:33:56.

curtains. He went. Haif gone. police? We've been robbed. They've

:33:56.:34:03.

stolen my cars and a lot of guns. Things are things, they can rob you.

:34:03.:34:08.

To do what they did to us just was unnecessary really. It's never

:34:08.:34:11.

worried me being here on my own, even at night, it's never worried

:34:11.:34:19.

me. But I think it will do now. horrified me to think that some of

:34:19.:34:23.

the guns they took could be threatening some poor shopkeeper or

:34:23.:34:29.

something like that. We were lucky that we weren't badly hurt. We were

:34:29.:34:34.

sort of, bad enough, but the next time they do it, it will probably,

:34:34.:34:40.

it could well escalate into somebody being killed. Isn't that

:34:40.:34:42.

terrible. Detective Constable Tim Smith is with me now. It's worth

:34:42.:34:46.

pointing out that the Clarkes have completely revised their security

:34:46.:34:50.

arrangements. You think it was a targeted attack. You don't, however,

:34:50.:34:53.

think that these thiefs were going for the guns, but that's what they

:34:53.:34:57.

got. Take me through the guns they stole. The most prominent one is a

:34:57.:35:07.
:35:07.:35:07.

gun like this, it's a Purdey gun. It's worth about �70,000., in a

:35:07.:35:12.

pair. There are several others stolen. Around about �150,000. The

:35:12.:35:15.

cars were stolen as we heard Mr Clarke say there, two cars. What

:35:15.:35:19.

can you tell us about them? They had personal aislesed number plates.

:35:19.:35:22.

We believe they were taken off We believe they were taken off

:35:22.:35:28.

shortly after the robbery. We're hoping somebody saw them beforehand.

:35:28.:35:32.

More detailed descriptions are on the website. For now, thank you. A

:35:32.:35:36.

reward of �5,000 in this case leading to arrest and conviction.

:35:36.:35:39.

Quite an ordeal for that couple. It is really important that those guns

:35:39.:35:43.

are found. Call the detectives here are found. Call the detectives here

:35:43.:35:51.

now on: Depr Next, the shocking story of a father fatally gunned

:35:51.:35:55.

down in Leyton in East London. 37- year-old Errol McKenzie's body was

:35:55.:36:00.

found in a park. He had been shot three times. Detective Chief

:36:00.:36:04.

Inspector Mark Gower joins me now. What can you tell bus this? It was

:36:04.:36:08.

on April 11, 2010, shortly after midnight the body of Errol McKenzie

:36:08.:36:11.

was found by a passer-by in the playing fields off Seymour Road in

:36:11.:36:15.

Leyton. He was shot three times in the legs an chest. We have no idea

:36:15.:36:19.

if or why he was targeted. It seems like a random shooting. Given it

:36:19.:36:22.

was a random shooting, understandably his family are

:36:23.:36:26.

entirely shocked by this. Let's hear from his mother.

:36:26.:36:32.

I just got in from church. The telephone rang. My eldest daughter

:36:32.:36:42.
:36:42.:36:47.

said to me, "Mum, Errol died. He is dead. Yes, mum. I can't believe it

:36:47.:36:57.
:36:57.:36:58.

myself, but he is dead. "It won't kill the sadness in my heart as

:36:58.:37:06.

long as I live, but we would like the person or persons who have done

:37:06.:37:12.

it to be brought to justice. Tell us what you know about his last

:37:12.:37:16.

movements on that day? We know he went to Tottenham that evening.

:37:16.:37:21.

We've not been able to establish how he got back to Leyton, where he

:37:21.:37:28.

was seen on CCTV in a shop buying alcohol on Lea Bridge Road. Leaving

:37:28.:37:32.

the shop he turned right. We don't know why because it wasn't the

:37:32.:37:39.

direction home. Tell me about the gun. The gun is this type weapon.

:37:39.:37:44.

It uses 9mm short ammunition. We know the gun has since been used in

:37:44.:37:50.

the North London area. We need to get it off the streets. Yeah. We do.

:37:50.:37:55.

You have CCTV of potential witnesses. We know he was in the

:37:55.:38:00.

park. The footage shows a small hatch back car driving into the

:38:00.:38:07.

park, also two cyclists, cycling into the park also via Marsh Lane.

:38:07.:38:12.

We would like to Thais trees people. There is a reward of �20,000. For

:38:12.:38:20.

now thank you. Can you ID fi anyone in the CCTV you've just seen. Ring

:38:20.:38:26.

the usual number or call Crimestoppers. Do that anonymously.

:38:26.:38:30.

It's time for more CCTV. Several police forces are still

:38:30.:38:34.

hard at work examining the hundreds of thousands of hours of CCTV

:38:34.:38:38.

footage from the summer riots. Tonight, the Met need your help to

:38:38.:38:41.

identify people caught on camera in identify people caught on camera in

:38:41.:38:48.

London on August 8. This is inside the party store in lavender hill in

:38:48.:38:51.

Battersea. Two men are inside the shop which had been broken into

:38:51.:38:57.

earlier in the day. One man sets light to a rail of clothes and the

:38:57.:39:01.

fire quickly spreads. The shop and the flats above it were destroyed

:39:01.:39:11.
:39:11.:39:18.

in the blaze. Can you name the man time. A tiny newsagent's kiosk is

:39:18.:39:23.

the focus of looters' attention. They grab handfuls of cigarettes

:39:23.:39:25.

and chocolate. The shopkeeper desperately giving them what they

:39:25.:39:30.

want in an attempt to make them leave. Suddenly a man appears

:39:30.:39:32.

leave. Suddenly a man appears wielding a large crow bar. That

:39:32.:39:42.
:39:42.:39:47.

sparks a second round of looting. Later and further up High Street

:39:47.:39:55.

North an the gangs attention -- a tension turns to a money shop. They

:39:55.:40:00.

head upstairs. One of them taking a large wrench. The terrified staff

:40:00.:40:04.

can see them coming and make a run for it, before the gang use hammers

:40:04.:40:10.

and wrenchs to break in. They make off with thousands of

:40:10.:40:20.
:40:20.:40:23.

pounds in British and foreign Later on that evening, and this is

:40:23.:40:31.

a cash machine outside the Asda supermarket in beck to be -- beck

:40:31.:40:37.

ton in East London. See the bright sparks, an angle grinder is being

:40:37.:40:40.

used. They attack the hinges with little success. They try the middle

:40:40.:40:44.

of the door with the same result. Well, as luck would have it, some

:40:44.:40:50.

of their mates turn up in a flashy black Mercedes, the car, which

:40:50.:40:56.

police believe were stolen, is used as a battering ram. But despite

:40:56.:41:00.

their best efforts, they still couldn't get to the cash. Name

:41:00.:41:06.

these reckless, ram-raiders tonight. Remember all the footage stays

:41:06.:41:08.

Remember all the footage stays online until they're caught. If you

:41:08.:41:17.

recognise anyone, you know what to In the early hours of Sunday 30th

:41:17.:41:21.

January, a night out in Glasgow city centre came to an horrific end

:41:21.:41:26.

for a young woman. She was sunted to a violent sexual assault by not

:41:26.:41:30.

just one but two different men. remember them being quite forceful

:41:30.:41:35.

towards me, pushing me forcefully up against the Coroner of the

:41:35.:41:42.

doorway and then, pushing me down onto the ground. They then pinned

:41:42.:41:49.

me down by kneeling on my ankles and holding onto my wrists. I

:41:49.:41:53.

remember screaming for my friends, because I thought they would have

:41:53.:42:01.

been back out to come and get me, but they never heard me. I'm joined

:42:01.:42:04.

by Detective Sergeant Duncan Cameron. I should tell people what

:42:04.:42:08.

we're about to talk about and see is really, I think, very

:42:08.:42:12.

distressing indeed. Can you tell me first of all, describe a little bit

:42:12.:42:16.

more of what happened to this young woman. The victim had been out with

:42:16.:42:19.

friends in a local nightclub in Glasgow. She'd had a few drinks and

:42:19.:42:24.

had fallen asleep within the club. This led to staff putting her out

:42:24.:42:30.

the back door from where she walked to the main street, Buchanan Street.

:42:30.:42:35.

She was targeted by a male who dragged her into the alleyway and

:42:35.:42:39.

sexually assaulted her. We have CCTV. People may find this pretty

:42:39.:42:43.

distressing. We feel we have to show it so people understand how

:42:43.:42:45.

show it so people understand how horrific this attack was. Tell us

:42:45.:42:50.

what we're seeing. This guy is practically carrying the victim

:42:51.:42:57.

into the lane. Then he drags her into a nearby doorway, where he

:42:57.:43:01.

subjects her to substantial and sustained sexual assault. We've got

:43:01.:43:05.

another piece of CCTV, almost beyond belief. Let's run it now.

:43:05.:43:10.

You tell people what we're seeing here. Five minutes after the first

:43:10.:43:13.

attacker leaves, this second guy comes into the same lane, our

:43:14.:43:18.

victim's on the floor. He can't see her from the street. Initially it

:43:18.:43:22.

looks as if he's there to help her, but he doesn't. He picked her up,

:43:22.:43:27.

throws her into the same doorway and sex lay saults her. It appears

:43:27.:43:31.

that there's been contact with the first attacker and the second.

:43:31.:43:34.

is extraordinary. There is an important, could be a very

:43:34.:43:39.

important witness, again also on CCTV. This is during the first

:43:40.:43:44.

attack, this female comes into the lane. She walks about halfway down.

:43:44.:43:49.

Then she turns on her heels and walks straight back out again.

:43:49.:43:52.

Whether she's seen or heard something we don't know. We want

:43:53.:43:57.

her to get in touch with the programme or if anybody recognises

:43:57.:44:03.

her, she's wearing a short jacket with a furry hood. Thank you. If

:44:03.:44:07.

you are that woman, potentially a very important witness or you think

:44:07.:44:11.

you can help, you saw how appalling you can help, you saw how appalling

:44:11.:44:16.

that was, I would urge you to call now. If you have been a victim of

:44:16.:44:26.
:44:26.:44:28.

crime, you can call the Victim Now, two years ago Crimewatch

:44:28.:44:33.

appealed for your help to find the killer of Mohammed Arshad, a

:44:33.:44:38.

married father of three who worked as a taxi driver in Birmingham.

:44:38.:44:42.

He'd been stabbed six times in the head, and he was dumped in a

:44:42.:44:47.

country lane. Matthew takes up the story of how the murderer's own

:44:47.:44:57.
:44:57.:45:05.

diary would ultimately help secure "I know I deserve to be caught, but

:45:05.:45:13.

instincts are telling me to run. I have been on the edge of breaking."

:45:13.:45:23.
:45:23.:45:25.

I look back, and it's all like a Mohammed Arshad was a taxi driver

:45:25.:45:30.

working for A Cars in the West Midlands Police area. He was

:45:30.:45:33.

married with three small children, all of them under the age of ten.

:45:34.:45:40.

He was expecting his fourth child at the time of his murder. When

:45:40.:45:44.

Arshad picked up a passenger on July 22nd, 2009, it would be for

:45:44.:45:54.
:45:54.:46:12.

Arshad was stabbed in his taxi. He was stabbed from behind. It was a

:46:12.:46:17.

particularly frenzied attack. And having been stabbed, he was pulled

:46:17.:46:22.

from the taxi and left for dead at the side of the road. A passing

:46:22.:46:27.

motorist arrived as Arshad's killer was leaving the scene.

:46:27.:46:32.

Suspicious, the driver investigated and discovered Arshad's body lying

:46:32.:46:38.

in the ditch. Arshad had received in excess of 15 stab wounds. Six of

:46:38.:46:43.

those stab wounds were to his head, and one of them had penetrated his

:46:43.:46:48.

brain. Such force was used that the knife actually broke. Police found

:46:48.:46:53.

the taxi dumped later that night. Early evidence was available in the

:46:53.:46:59.

form of two palm prints on the rear off-side window and door of the

:46:59.:47:03.

taxi. Now, those palm prints were quite significant in that they were

:47:03.:47:07.

bloodstained. With an attack of this nature, it seemed likely a

:47:08.:47:12.

killer would have a record of violence, but a search of the

:47:12.:47:16.

national database found no matches. We realised then this wasn't going

:47:16.:47:21.

to be an easy case, and it was going to be a very detailed, very

:47:21.:47:25.

painstaking investigation. �187 had been left in Arshad's taxi, but if

:47:25.:47:29.

this wasn't a robbery, what was the motive? We honestly had no idea

:47:30.:47:37.

what the motive for this attack was. CCTV showed Arshad's final

:47:37.:47:41.

passenger, the police's main suspect, making his way to the taxi

:47:41.:47:45.

pickup point. It was very grainy. The image was of such poor quality,

:47:45.:47:49.

I wasn't even prepared to give a physical description. With no

:47:49.:47:55.

motive, no match for the palm prints and the poor CCTV TV images,

:47:55.:47:59.

police needed a new approach. Could geography be the key to catching

:47:59.:48:03.

this killer? The phone box where the taxi had been booked, the

:48:03.:48:07.

passenger's pickup point and the street where the car was dumped all

:48:07.:48:12.

lay within a specific area of south Birmingham. We really felt with all

:48:12.:48:14.

those locations that the answer laid in that area, and this was

:48:14.:48:19.

very much a local attacker. Police mapped out a zone where they felt

:48:19.:48:25.

Arshad's murderer was likely to live. And that's when we embarked

:48:25.:48:30.

upon a mass screening of the area, taking fingerprints, DNA and

:48:30.:48:35.

photographs of all males from between 15 and 45 years old.

:48:35.:48:41.

there were 3,000 households within that area, and at least 700 men

:48:41.:48:44.

fitting the murderer's profile. knew the mass screening was going

:48:44.:48:50.

to take month, but we just couldn't sit back and do nothing. So the

:48:50.:48:53.

CCTV trawl also continued. We're now getting to the stage where

:48:53.:48:57.

we're viewing that CCTV which is further away from the scene,

:48:57.:49:00.

further away from those critical areas we were looking at. And

:49:00.:49:05.

that's when we had a real breakthrough. A sharp-eyed

:49:05.:49:10.

detective spotted a man on a local bus on the day of the attack and

:49:10.:49:13.

recognised him from the CCTV of Arshad's final passenger. Suddenly,

:49:13.:49:17.

the pressure was on. And I thought, well, if this is the person, we

:49:17.:49:24.

need to get these images on Crimewatch as soon as we can.

:49:24.:49:27.

tapes were couriered to an imaging company who would compare the CCTV

:49:27.:49:31.

of the man on the bus with the images of the suspect. As soon as

:49:31.:49:35.

we got the information from the forensic imaging company that it

:49:35.:49:39.

was the same person, the courier that delivered it was ordered

:49:39.:49:43.

direct to the Crimewatch studio. And the new clearer CCTV sparked a

:49:43.:49:46.

response. The day after the programme, two

:49:46.:49:52.

separate people rang in to say they knew the man on the bus and named

:49:52.:49:59.

him as Andrew Bayliss, and alarm bells started ringing when both

:49:59.:50:03.

callers told police that Bayliss had shaved his head and grown a

:50:03.:50:07.

beard so he no longer looked like the CCTV pictures.

:50:07.:50:11.

To add to our suspicions, he actually lived right in the area

:50:11.:50:15.

where we were doing the mass screening. Police also discovered

:50:15.:50:18.

Bayliss's name had been logged on the police system the previous

:50:18.:50:23.

month after his belongings were found apparently abandoned in mid-

:50:23.:50:27.

Wales. As a result, police had visited Bayliss's home and were

:50:27.:50:31.

told he'd gone to Wales to clear his head and that he was having

:50:31.:50:35.

emotional problems. And that in itself coupled with the change of

:50:35.:50:38.

appearance - this guy is very fast becoming a serious suspect in this

:50:38.:50:43.

case. Their suspicions were right. 29-

:50:43.:50:48.

year-old Bayliss had debts of around �20,000. He may have planned

:50:48.:50:53.

the attack as a robbery, but events have taken a much more violent turn.

:50:53.:50:59.

Tortured by what he'd done, Bayliss had fled to Wales and wrote an

:50:59.:51:05.

agonised diary pouring out his thoughts. "Felt like a dream". "I'm

:51:05.:51:14.

in so much trouble" "I feel sick with guilt" - "I feel paranoid"

:51:14.:51:18.

"just watching the police get closer." Bayliss had since returned

:51:18.:51:23.

home to the West Midlands, which is where police made their arrest. His

:51:24.:51:28.

palm prints were an exact match for those found on Mohammed Arshad's

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taxi. Police also found Bayliss's journal when they arrested him.

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could just not sit at home and wait to be called. I have such paranoia

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from this, every siren I hear. I could just die on the spot.

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diary was vital in convincing the jury of his guilt, and he was

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sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in prison. This was a brutal,

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unprovoked murder. Mohammed Arshad had a family. He was hardworking,

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and he did nothing to deserve this attack. We still don't know today

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what the true motive was, but whatever happened on that day, he

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didn't take any money. It was a life taken for nothing. Matthew,

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that sums it up - a life taken for nothing. It was senseless, random

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and incredibly savage. Bayliss was drowning in debts, addicted to

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gambling, drugs, alcohol, and he really picked out a soft target, a

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taxi drive. That was Arshad. I remember running it on the night,

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the CCTV. It was brilliant. They spent four months going through

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hundreds of hours of CCTV. Remember, at that stage, all they had was

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that one grainy image from outside of the school. I was talking to the

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detective who made the breakthrough. He said he'd seen that image so

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many times, it was imprinted on his brain, just the body shape of this

:52:50.:52:54.

man, the profile, his hairline, how he moved. When he saw that man on

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the bus, instantly, he said, that's him. There was something about his

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hair, something that caught his eye. Even his colleagues weren't so sure,

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but actually, he was right. Remarkable. In the end another

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crucial piece of evidence was the diary. Yes. He'd started by writing

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in the diary, "I don't know what this is - maybe an explanation, a

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confession" - he talked about "swimming in guilt" - he said, "I

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have wasted my life and destroyed others". When he got to court, he

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plead not guilty. He said he met a friend, who was the killer, but in

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the end, there was only one killer. It was Bayliss. Thanks, Matthew.

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It's time for some more news on previous cases.

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Firstly an update on a couple of wanted faces. Kemar Campbell

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featured last year for the suspected murder of Abdiriskak

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Mohamoud in Bristol in July 2010. Well last month 21-year-old

:53:48.:53:51.

Campbell of Easton in Bristol pleaded guilty to Abdi's

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manslaughter and was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Whereas this

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guy, Rohan Crooks, made it onto the board in 2009 after deliberately

:54:01.:54:04.

running over a cyclist and dragging him for 40 feet under the car,

:54:04.:54:07.

before leaving him for dead in Oxford. Well, last month 34-year-

:54:07.:54:10.

old Crooks was sentenced to nine and a half years for wounding with

:54:10.:54:16.

intent and was banned for driving for ten years. Two great results.

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:54:26.:54:31.

There was a nasty situation in a train station - 38-year-old Matthew

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Althorp in Preston was found guilty and sentenced to 30 years.

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A few days after this show, a viewer recognised this man from a

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bookie's in Bristol. He was arrested. He's since pleaded guilty

:54:47.:54:49.

as well as three other robbers and has been sentenced to six-and-a-

:54:49.:54:53.

half years in prison. In a case we featured five years

:54:53.:54:57.

ago Leslie Cumming was viciously attacked outside his home in

:54:57.:55:00.

Edinburgh suffering horrendous injuries. After an exhaustive

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investigation, his attacker was identified as 48-year-old Robert

:55:03.:55:08.

Graham, who fled to Australia. He was extradited back to to stand

:55:09.:55:13.

trial and last month was found guilty. He was sentenced to 11

:55:13.:55:16.

years for the murder, a great result.

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Now, how many of you are secretly wishing for something like this

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from Santa? Sets like these have become more than just toys. They

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are now an attractive target for thieves. Earlier this year a small

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:55:42.:55:42.

family-run museum in Wales was raided for �30,000 of trains. Tell

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us, Sergeant Dave Nickels what happened. In June the Conwy Valley

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Railway Museum was broken into. The thieves disabled the CCTV cameras

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and stole �30,000 worth of model railway trains. It was pretty well

:56:00.:56:05.

executed. It was a focused raid. There were 180 individual pieces

:56:05.:56:08.

that were stolen. There are details of a lot of the pieces on the

:56:08.:56:13.

website. You don't think that this is an isolated incident. No, we

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believe there was a similar burglary in Kent in May of this

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year, and we have been liaising with officers there. We believe

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that most of the items are heading for foreign markets over in Europe,

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but we would ask anyone that has been offered similar items or has

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seen them for sale to contact us tonight. Thank you very much indeed.

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It really has hit this little museum hard, so if you can help,

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call 0500 600 600. Time for a kick last update from

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Rav. The calls are flying in on Mo

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Bourner. We have had is encallers naming the same person, nearly 35

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calls and texts, rising all the time. Some anonymous information.

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We need you to call in. Please call back. We have had a few calls in on

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this brutal attack on a couple in Leicestershire. If you can help, do

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get in touch. Remember, you can view all the

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reconstructions, wanted faces and CCTV online. Just go to

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bbc.co.uk/crimewatch. The phone lines stay open until

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On the twentieth anniversary of the murder of Detective James Morrison in London's busy Covent Garden, police hope that a new reconstruction will help finally catch his killer.

Officers also need viewers to identify the brutal gang who stole rare shotguns worth £150,000 from a Leicestershire farmhouse.

With Kirsty Young, Matthew Amroliwala and Rav Wilding.


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