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Arrests Over Murder Of Woman Missing Since 1995 - after dogs were used

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Arrests Over Murder Of Woman Missing Since 1995 - after dogs were used

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 17.09.15 12:53

Sallyann John's disappearance while working as a prostitute was treated as a missing persons inquiry for 19 years.
11:49, UK, Thursday 17 September 2015

Sallyann John's disappearance became a murder investigation last year

Three men have been arrested over the kidnap and murder of Sallyann John, who vanished while working as a prostitute 20 years ago.

The 23-year-old's disappearance on 8 September 1995 was initially treated as a missing persons inquiry but became a murder investigation last year.

"Two men aged 50 and 52 years from Swindon, and a 52-year-old from Chippenham have all been arrested on suspicion of kidnap and murder," a Wiltshire Police spokeswoman said.

"They were all taken into custody at Gablecross Police Station in Swindon where they currently remain."

Lesley John made a tearful appeal for information about her daughter

Police said they found several "items of note" in a forensic search of her former in Nythe, Swindon, which began on Monday.

Ground penetrating radar and dogs from South Wales Police were used in the search.

Sallyann's mother Lesley made a tearful appeal last year, saying she wanted to find who was responsible for her daughter's disappearance as it would "ease our suffering".

"She was a bright and beautiful girl who could make anyone smile. She had lots of friends in Swindon and many people knew her," she told a news conference.

"Someone out there knows what happened to Sally and it is horrible to think that she might have been hurt or alone."
New appeal posters have been distributed around her former flat in Kimmeridge Close and other areas where she was known, including Station Road and Aylesbury Street, where she was last seen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Re: Arrests Over Murder Of Woman Missing Since 1995 - after dogs were used

Post by ROSA on 25.09.15 8:19

Ground penetrating radar and dogs from South Wales Police were used in the search.
Those unreliable dogs Gerry what would he say about this , but wait he's a idiot exception oops my bad forgot

For Paulo Sargento, the thesis that Gonçalo Amaral revealed at first hand to "SP" that the blanket could have been used in a funeral ceremony at the Luz chapel "is very interesting".
And he adds: "In reality, when the McCanns went to Oprah's Show, the blanket was mentioned. At a given moment, when Oprah tells Kate that she heard her mention a blanket several times, Kate argued that a mother who misses a child always wants to know if she is comfortable, if she is warm, and added, referring to Maddie, that sometimes she asked herself if the person who had taken her would cover her up with her little blanket (but the blanket was on the bed after Maddie, supposedly, disappeared!!!).

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