On the third anniversary of the death of Ricky Burlton, police release more details about the man wanted in connection with their inquiry.
A court order banning the reporting of the murders of three children in Worcester by David McGreavy has been lifted after four years.
A pathologist who has been giving evidence in the trial of a carer accused of murdering an ex-boxer, c.
A former police officer from Nottingham has denied stealing more than a £100,000 from Warwickshire Police.
Paul Greaves is accused of stealing the cash over a period of two years.
A convicted child killer guilty of committing what's been described as one of the most horrific crimes in modern history has had an order protecting his identity overturned.
David McGreavy murdered 3 children in Worcester 40 years ago.
He's been in prison ever since, but lawyers put an order in place protecting his identity so he can one day be let out. This was today thrown out by the High Court. Chris Halpin reports.
The High Court has ruled that a man who murdered three children in the Midlands 40 years ago, should not be allowed to remain anonymous.
62-year-old David McGreavy was jailed for life in 1973, after killing the children he was babysitting. The gagging order had been made because of fears that the killer's own life was in danger.
Chris Halpin sent this report.
A retired police officer has been in court charged with stealing £113,000.
Paul Andrew Greaves, 54, from Carlton, Nottingham, was in the dock for an administrative hearing before Leamington magistrates at the Warwickshire Justice Centre, court staff said.
Greaves is alleged to have taken the cash from Warwickshire's old police headquarters at Leek Wootton.
The Warwickshire force said in March, 2012, that its anti-corruption unit was doing a criminal investigation after the cash went missing from a storage area.
The money, reported missing in September 2011, was seized after a police probe that ended in the conviction of three people for crimes including possession of firearms and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
He was bailed to appear back at the magistrates court on Monday, July 1.
– Detective Inspector Mark Bellamy from CID in Shrewsbury
Although a man has been charged with murder as a result of this investigation, I would once again like to reiterate the fact that we still remain keen to hear from anyone who believes they may have information that could relate to Mr Barlow’s death.
In addition, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those people who have come forward with information so far, while I’d also like to thank local people for their understanding and support as our officers have gone about their investigative work in the Reabrook Avenue area in the past few days.
Police officers are pictured in 1973 outside the house in Gillam Street, Worcester, where the bodies of three children were found impaled on garden railings.
This photo shows the police tent over railings outside a house in Gillam Street, Worcester, where the corpses of three young children were discovered impaled on garden railings
Retired police officer, Paul Andrew Greaves, 54, from Carlton, Nottingham, has denied stealing £113,000 from Warwickshire Police's former headquarters.
Lord Justice Pitchford and Mr Justice Simon ruled the anonymity order must be discharged.
The judge said that the course used by David McGreavy's legal advisers when applying for anonymity was "wrong".
The ruling was a victory for the Justice Secretary and national newspaper publishers who all worked together last month, after the Press Association alerted them, to say that the order was legally flawed and was wrong to stop the public from knowing all the facts in the case.
Counsel Guy Vassall-Adams had told the judges that even "the nature of the victims" could not be revealed.