The Metropolitan Police has revealed that two detectives from its Counter-terrorism Command have visited Libya to discuss the ongoing investigation into the murder of WPc Yvonne Fletcher. The Detective Superintendent and Detective Inspector met Libyan officials in Tripoli.
WPc Fletcher was shot dead when policing a demonstration outside the Libyan Peoples' Bureau in St James's Square in April 1984. The bullet was fired from the building but it was never established who pulled the trigger.
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