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Crimewatch UK


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Police forces around the country appeal for viewers' help to solve serious crime. The case of Alexander Drummond from near St Andrews in Scotland still puzzles police seven months after his death.
Who were the two men seen running towards the farm track where his body was later found? And in Bristol a gang of builders could be responsible for a series of armed robberies between August and December of last year. Twice they broke in overnight through the roof and overpowered building society staff as they arrived for work.
Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and Det Con Jacqui Hames.
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11. 5pm)
Details on Ceefax page 618
INFORMATION: if you can help on these or other cases, telephone lines will be open on [number removed] from 9.30pm until midnight tonight.


Presenter: Nick Ross
Presenter: Sue Cook
Presenter: Supt David Hatcher
Presenter: Det-Con Jacqui Hames
Producer: Shirley Taylor
Editor: Nikki Cheetham

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