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Crimewatch File


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In this occasional series Sue Cook and Nick Ross report back on a murder case featured in Crimewatch UK. However, at the time of going to press, it is not known which of the followingtwo cases will be featured.
The Lost Boys is a two-part reconstruction of the key elements in a major police investigation into a string of child murders in the 1980s. The seven-year inquiry was sparked off by the discovery of the body of a 14-year-old boy in an Essex field. He was the victim of a paedophile ring, operating out of an East London council estate, which may have been involved in as many as 20 murders. If this programme is screened tonight, the second part will be shown next week.
The other case that may be featured tonight is a reconstruction of an investigation into the murder of Christoph Scliack. Christoph was a homosexual and led something of a double life. His colleagues in a legal publishingfirm described him as gentle and courteous but he was well known in the Irish pubs of Shepherds Bush where he drank heavily and engaged in heated debate. Three months of intensive enquiries failed to find the culprit until an off-duty Garda officer saw the case featured on Crimewatch and helped police trace the murderer.
A new series of Crimewatch UK starts on Thursday at 10.00pm. Executive producer Anne Morrison
Stereo Subtitled ...............................835235


Unknown: Sue Cook
Unknown: Nick Ross
Unknown: Christoph Scliack.
Producer: Anne Morrison

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