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Crimewatch UK

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The murder of schoolgirl Sarah Payne and a boy forced into mugging are among cases presented by Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce. Call free on [number removed] or e-mail: [email address removed] See Choice.
Crimewatch UK Update is at 10.35pm (S) (W)
FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 621: Minicom number [number removed]

Followed by National Lottery Update

FACTUAL
Crimewatch UK 9.05pm BBC1
The murder of eight-year-old Sarah Payne on 1 July this year is a crime that has inflamed the passions of almost everyone in this country. Yet, despite huge media coverage and public interest, the murderer is still at large. Tonight's programme recreates the events of that fateful day in Kingston, West Sussex and talks to Sarah's family and to the police in charge of the investigation, in the hope that viewers may be able to help solve the case. Also featured is an unsolved case from 1984. Yiannoulla Yianni was 17 when she was raped and murdered in her home in West Hampstead, London. Now the investigation has been reopened thanks to recently developed forensic techniques and police are anxious to trace the people who spoke to them at the time. JR

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Presenter: Nick Ross
Presenter: Fiona Bruce
Director: Stuart McDonald
Series Producer: Katie Thomson

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