Police turn to OH for help with murder case
Police turn to OH for help with murder caseOn 1 Mar 2003 in Police, Personnel Today Detectives in Cambridgeshire are hoping that someone in occupational healthcan help with a murder investigation. The remains of an unidentified man were found in Upton, near Peterborough,on 21 December last year. The man had been shot and repeatedly stabbed beforehis body was dumped in a field north of the A47, where it was set on fire. Two partially-burnt memos were found near the body, one of which appears tobe from ‘Armstrong’ and is addressed to ‘Talbot’. It appears to be an OHappointment to which the patient was required to bring a urine sample and acompleted questionnaire. Detective Superintendent David Hankins, who is leading the murder enquiry,said: “We believe the victim was between 30 and 45 years old, short,stocky, with short dark hair and wore size eight or nine shoes. He has damageto his two front teeth. He appears to be white, but DNA tests suggest he mayhave been Asian or Middle-Eastern.” “Maybe someone will be able to tell us where the memo came from or whoTalbot or Armstrong are.” Anyone with information should contact Cambridgeshire Police on 01733 563232or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.