Phyllis Mayoh was killed in 2003, by a teenage burglar who shattered her hip to prise away a purse. She was 88. The murderer's still free.
Julie Finley was "thrown away like a piece of rubbish" says her Mum. A blunt description born of losing a child and of where she was left.
Harry Baines vanished in 1989. Police believe he was murdered, and even dug-up a cellar to look for his remains. But no trace was found.
A man's due in court on the Isle of Man charged with the murder of Neil Roberts.
His body was found at a house on Queen Street in Castletown.
A post mortem showed he died from injuries sustained during a violent incident.
A 45 year old man from Castletown has been charged with his murder.
Police have charged a 55-year-old man with murdering a mother and daughter on Merseyside.
William Owen, from Knowsley, is appearing in court.
Sharon Hayter, 55, and her daughter, Stephanie Owen, 29, were found dead at their home in Knowsley on Thursday. Both died of head injuries.
An air ambulance was scrambled to the scene, but nothing could be done for the women.
"Sharon was a devoted, loving, caring mother and sister. She was extremely proud of her daughter Stephanie and was devoted to her.
"Sharon was educated at All Hallows secondary school in Speke. She later attained a degree in Information Technology, which she utilised as a volunteer, teaching children with learning difficulties.
– Family statement
"Stephanie was a loving daughter who loved singing and playing music. She enjoyed holidaying with her family at Blackpool.
"As a family we have taken some comfort from the lovely response within the community and are appreciative of their support.
”We would ask that we are now allowed some space and time to try and come to terms with the tragic loss of our much loved Sharon and Stephanie. They will be sadly missed.”
Merseyside Police say that the two women found dead at an address in Knowsley Village both died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head.
Sharon Hayter, 55, and her daughter, Stephanie Owen, 29 were found dead yesterday.
A 55-year-old man from Knowsley Village, arrested on suspcion of murdering the women, remains in police custody.
Merseyside Police say that the two women found dead at an address in Knowsley Village yesterday are Sharon Hayter, 55, and her daughter, Stephanie Owen, 29. A post mortem to establish the cause of death for both women will take place today.
A murder inquiry's underway after two women were found dead at a house on Merseyside. They've yet to be named - but it's been confirmed one was in her 20s and the other in her 50s.
Their bodies were found at an address in Knowsley Village near Kirkby - a 55 year old man has been arrested.
Rob Smith has this report.
Detectives in Knowsley are investigating the murder of two women in Knowsley Village.
At around midday a man attended Huyton police station to report the incident.
Officers then went to a house in Home Farm Road and discovered the bodies of two women, one believed to be in her twenties and the other in her fifties.
A 55-year-old man from the Knowsley Village area has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with this incident.
He has been taken into police custody where he will be questioned by detectives.
The women have not yet been formally identified and the next of kin are being sought.
A Home Office post mortem will take place to establish the causes of death.
Detectives believe the offender and victims were known to each other.
The scene has been cordoned off for forensic examination by Crime Scene Investigators and house-to-house enquiries are being carried out in the area.
Merseyside Police are investigating the deaths of two women in Knowsley Village.
Officers went to a house around midday and discovered the bodies of two women.
A 55-year-old man from Knowsley Village has been arrested in connection with the deaths and will be questioned by detectives.
The women have not been formally identified and next of kin are being sought.
The scene has been cordoned off for forensic examination by Crime Scene Investigators and house-to-house enquiries will be carried out in the area.
A masked robber, armed with a gun, robbed a McDonald's Drive-Thru in the middle of the night.
The man drove into the chain's Pendlebury restaurant, at 12.20am on Monday morning.
He got out of a black Fiat Punto, threatened the cashier with a gun, then pulled the steel cash drawer through the window.
Apart from the mask, police believe the robber was wearing a blue coat. Officers say the Punto's registration began 'MD08'.
Detective Constable Daniel Worthington says: “Luckily the woman working that night was unharmed but she is understandably very shaken about what happened."