Agree to some extent esp about his looks but not his actions. He should not just let himself into a property when he feels like it unless it's an emergency - he must give @ least 24 hours notice so that behaviour is just plain wrong and in breach of his agreement with his tenant's and a blatant intrusion of their rights and privacy. Makes me think he has an arrogance about him where he thinks he can do as he pleases. TBH, I don't think he saw anyone leaving the flat with Jo - if he truely did he would have said so on the Sunday when she was reported missing - after all, if it was true he would have nothing to hide would he? Even if he was one of the last ppl to see her alive he would not have a guilty conscience so would not think twice about reporting it. As I said in an earlier post, he was active in Neighbourhood Watch so if his sighting of Jo was genuine why delay reporting it? A "pillar of the community" as Mr J has been described would not behave thus. I honestly think he said it after, and to a neighbour as a "red herring" - he couldn't plant the "red herring" on the Sunday when Jo was reported missing as that would cause the police to pay closer attention to him when he might have still had her body in storage in his flat or car. It;s unusal for the police to get two extensions to question a suspect unless they have very good reasons to keep them detained.