Murderer's 'lenient' jail term

A jail term given to 55-year-old Ian John McLoughlin, who murdered Graham Buck in Little Gaddesden, has been referred to the Court of Appeal as 'unduly lenient'.

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Murder suspect was convicted killer

It's emerged that the man suspected of murdering a 'Good Samaritan' in a quiet Hertfordshire village was a convicted killer on day release from prison.

Graham Buck from Little Gaddesden was stabbed to death as he apparently tried to help a neighbour who was being attacked.

So far there has been no trace found of the main suspect Ian McLoughlin who police say is extremely dangerous.

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