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.
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."
Police in Lancashire are searching for the rightful owners of ornamental stonework, seized from a car parked outside a graveyard in Lytham.
The items were not taken from the neighbouring cemetery, but from somewhere else.
Officers spotted the car and searched it, in the early hours of 8 November.
They arrested a man on suspicion of theft. He was later released on bail.
PC Cath Britton says: “These items will no doubt be of huge sentimental value to somebody. I would ask people to take a close look at the photographs".
Two men who robbed a corner shop in Greater Manchester, while brandishing a machete, have been jailed for 7 years.
Wayne Clarkson and Carl Hayburn, both 42 and from Shrivenham Walk in Manchester, wore balaclavas as they walked into a Spar store on Moorcroft Road, Northern Moor.
They threatened a shop worker, even as he served another customer, taking just over £300 and tobacco.
The pair were caught when that tobacco, and stolen cash, was found along with clothes they tried to dispose of.
Detective Andy Bromley says: “Although no one was hurt during the robbery, both men showed extreme aggression and threatened the shop worker with a machete."
Merseyside Police have released video of raids made as part of their six-day gun and gang crime crackdown.
Officers say they have arrested 53 people so far, in an operation triggered by a spate of shootings.
One man was arrested over a shooting. Others were questioned over violent disorder, assault, and drugs offences.
Merseyside Police say they have made 10 more arrests in their six-day gun crime crackdown, after extra raids overnight:
– Spokesperson, Merseyside Police
Officers also executed two warrants, in Kirkdale and Toxteth, last night. At the Kirkdale address they uncovered a sophisticated cannabis farm with approximately 60 plants and an estimated street value of £60,000. At the address in Toxteth officers seized a quantity of what is believed to be Class A drugs, along with a quantity of cannabis.
It takes the total number of arrests to 53.