Murderer's 'lenient' jail term

A jail term given to 55-year-old Ian John McLoughlin, who murdered Graham Buck in Little Gaddesden, has been referred to the Court of Appeal as 'unduly lenient'.

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Police confirm murder victim's name

Police investigating a murder in Little Gaddesden on Sunday have confirmed the victim’s name.

Although a formal identification process has not yet taken place, police believed the victim is 66-year-old Graham Buck, of Nettleden Road, Little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire.

Yesterday police issued CCTV images of Ian McLoughlin, who they want to speak with in connection with the incident.

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Description of man hunted in connection with Berkhamsted murder

We urgently want to speak to Ian McLoughlin in connection with this offence. He is described as being a white male, around 6ft tall with straight greying collar length hair.

At the time of the incident he was wearing a short sleeve grey/military green t-shirt, He is of average build.

The public are asked not to approach him, please contact the police immediately on the 999 emergency number.

– DETECTIVE CHIEF INSPECTOR JEROME KENT, BEDFORDSHIRE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE AND HERTFORDSHIRE MAJOR CRIME UNIT

Police hunt for man in connection with Berkhamsted murder

Ian John McLoughlin who police want to question about the incident Credit: Herts Police

Police are searching for a 55-year-old man after a pensioner was found murdered in Berkhamsted.

Officers have released an image of Ian John McLoughlin, the man they would like to talk to, who is also known as Ian John Baker.

The victim, a man in his 70s, was found dead at an address on Nettleden Road on Saturday afternoon.

A second man in his 80s has been taken to hospital with injuries that are not believed to be life threatening.

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