Bradfordsleuth wrote: It is really, really sad to know that there were tips made in this case that were never followed up on....especially if it lends any credibility to the person who reported the 401 sighting. If he was credible and the prints matched with what he saw, then there is very likely something to it. The only people that knew about this sighting for sure was Mr and Mrs Bain, and the Lead investigator Raybould. Most likely the other lead investigator Reesor and the Crown would have known but that's just an assumption on my part. No one else knew about it until some time after the conviction when the witness got in contact with RB's P.I. This 401 witness first went to the Bain home to tell them about the sighting and they gave him Raybould's number to call. Mrs Bain wanted to go and get a picture of RB to see if it was him but the witness said he didn't want to risk contaminating his sighting by viewing a picture of RB. This witness's name even appears in the Bain personal phone book with the notation "saw Liz's car".