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Crimewatch UK


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The programme which asks you the viewer to turn crimefighter with Nick Ross and Sue Cook Serious recent crimes are dramatically reconstructed - the police show the evidence to date and you could provide the clues they need.
Antique dealers Wallace and Mary Foster both tried to have a go at the armed robbers who attacked them in their home in Weybridge. Mr Foster was shot three times - you could help find the men responsible.
And 7-year-old Mark Tildesley was last seen at a fairground in Berkshire in June, 1984. A year later, with the fair back in Wokingham, Mark's mother takes part in a reconstruction and appeals for your help to find her son.
If you have information on these and other crimes, Nick Ross and Sue Cook will be waiting for your calls in the Crimewatch studio.
Police officers David Hatcher and Helen Phelps report on the latest crime news from the Incident Desk.
If you can help, call the Crimewatch number: [number removed] after 9.25 this evening.
(Crimewatch Update at 11.5pm)


Presenter: Nick Ross
Presenter: Sue Cook
Police officer: David Hatcher
Police officer: Helen Phelps

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