Former Met Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Hill has a new batch of criminals on the loose that she wants behind bars.
RECAP: On Thursday 19th April we appealed for information after a man was stabbed following an altercation on a train between London's Dalston Kingsland and Canonbury on 4th April. Investigators released CCTV images of a man they wanted to identify in connection with the incident, and since our appeal the British Transport Police received a number of calls with one name. They arrested him on Wednesday 29th May and charged him.
CASE 1 - BOLTON MURDER
INCIDENT: A murder inquiry has begun after a woman was killed in a "targeted attack" in Bolton, Greater Manchester. Police were called at about 13:00 on Monday 4th June after 31 year old Kelly Davies was found dead at her home in Queen's Street, Farnworth. A post-mortem examination has revealed she died of stab wounds. Police are working round the clock to find the person responsible and to piece together what happened, appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
CONTACT: Greater Manchester Police on 101 or Crimestoppers
CASE 2 - INDECENT ASSAULT IN LOUGHBOROUGH
INCIDENT: Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an indecent assault in Loughborough. The incident happened at around 12.20am on Saturday, April 7th on Swan Street when the suspect approached a 27-year-old woman and touched her inappropriately. Police are keen to speak to the man we have an image of as they believe he may have information which will help their enquiries.
CONTACT: Leicestershire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111
CASE 3 - CORNWALL SEXUAL ASSAULT
INCIDENT: Police have released images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with a sexual assault which occurred in Newquay. The incident took place at a guest house on Fore Street in the town in December 2011. Police have taken the decision to issue a CCTV of the suspect, taken from a nightclub on the night of the incident, Saturday 10 December - Sunday 11 December. The 20-year-old female victim, who is from Mold in Flintshire, North Wales, had been in the Sailors nightclub on Fore Street prior to the incident.
DESCRIPTION: The suspect is described as a white man, aged around 31-years-old and a thin build, with short, dark hair and a west country accent. He also used the name Dale.
CONTACT: Devon & Cornwall Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111
CASE 4 - BIRMINGHAM NIGHTCLUB SHOOTING
INCIDENT: Detectives are appealing for witnesses after shots were fired outside the Elbow Room nightclub in Nechells, Birmingham on Saturday 28th April. At just before 6am police arrived at the club and found a Ford Focus with gunshot damage to the side passenger window. Although no-one was injured, CCTV footage appears to show that the male offender did aim at his victim and was lucky to escape injury. The CCTV also shows that another male was inside the club prior to the incident, with the suspected firearm in clear view.
DESCRIPTION: Both men are described as black and wearing puffa style jackets with the hoods up. They were seen to make their escape in a blue Fiat Punto along the A34 towards the city centre.
CONTACT: West Midlands Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
CASE 5 - LONDON BURGLARIES
INCIDENT: Police are releasing CCTV images of two men they would like to speak with in connection with nine burglaries in the Victoria and Pimlico area on Wednesday 22 February. Detectives from the Westminster Burglary Squad are appealing for witnesses and information following these burglaries, five of which occurred in Page Street, SW1; two in Howick Place ,SW1 and two in Marsham Street, SW1. The burglaries were committed over a period of approximately two hours from 14:00hrs to 16:00hrs. A number of laptops, jewellery and personal effects - some of which had great sentimental value - were stolen from the victims.
DESCRIPTION: The two men are described as black, aged 25-35 years. One man was wearing a dark jacket, light trousers and a light coloured flat cap. The other man was wearing a dark jacket, dark trousers and a brown beanie hat.
CONTACT: MET Police on 020 7321 6718 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
COLD CASE - KATE BUSHELL MURDER (1997):
INCIDENT: Schoolgirl Kate Bushell was murdered as she walked a neighbour's dog a short distance from her home in Exwick, on the outskirts of Exeter. Kate, aged 14, set off from her home in Burrator Drive, at 4.30pm on Saturday 15th November 1997. When she failed to come home, her parents called the police. A search located her body in a field next to Exwick Lane at 7.35pm that evening. Kate had a throat injury caused by a knife and she had been brutally murdered. One of the largest and longest murder enquiries carried out by Devon & Cornwall Constabulary has continued since, under the name of Operation Deakin. There is a £10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Kate's killer.
CONTACT: Devon & Cornwall Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.