Found Deceased UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen getting into a taxi outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019

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  1. CoverMeCagney

    CoverMeCagney Well-Known Member

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    Probably a very sensible plan!!

    I'm surprised he's been named though. After doodah whatshisname (Joanna Yeates) the media have tended to be more careful naming people before they've been properly charged, and it certainly wouldn't be the first time we had an arrest then released with no further charges.... we shall see
     
  2. Mersault

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    It was a few days before Libby vanished, in the early hours of the morning, according to The Sun. So it’s happened twice?
     
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    I think he would have been around the age of 14 when Claudia disappeared?
     
  4. Bodger81

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    If he works at Malton as FB says, he probably works in one of the bacon factories there, as opposed to being a butcher in a small shop. Not sure what, if any difference that makes, but it does mean that he wouldn’t have any equipment etc at his home or near it, I don’t think.
     
  5. Mersault

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    Got to say, I really didn’t see any of this coming. I thought it’d be a straight-forward tragic accident.
     
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  6. suzyjackson

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    The DM are being very circumspect on the name, I wonder why when they were happy to ignore the naming ban in the Grace Millane case and other papers are printing the name and facebook photos
     
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  7. HayLouise

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    I know that, but there have been a few occasions where the victim has been found alive
     
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  9. MancGuy Uk

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    He could have had the day of work the following day maybe took a few days holiday I think the vulnerable state she was in and with the neighbours hearing a worrying scream can not help think at some point did she try and escape from this man in panic
     
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  10. HayLouise

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    Viking FM News‏ @VikingFMNews
    Police say they're still treating the investigation into Libby Squire's disappearance as a missing persons case, and they've recovered a car which is "which is currently forming just one part" of their investigation. A 24 year-old-man is being questioned on suspicion of abduction

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    Viking FM News on Twitter
     
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  11. suzyjackson

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    In that case maybe he was on his way home from work, I'd guess a factory like that might work 24 hours
     
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  12. HayLouise

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    Libby Squire: One week on
    Hull
    7 Feb 2019

    Detective Superintendent Matt Hutchinson has released a statement this morning about the investigation into the disappearance of Libby Squire in Hull.

    Det Supt Hutchinson said: “It has been one week since the last positive sighting of Libby in Hull and I want to clarify a number of points.

    “During this week we have undertaken a large scale search for Libby with assistance from members of the public, students, university staff, as well as our partners in other emergency services.

    “We have received hundreds of calls and have been following up numerous lines of enquiry.

    “We are still treating Libby’s disappearance as a missing person’s enquiry. I have said previously that we are keeping an open mind as to her whereabouts and that is still very much the case.

    “Our number one priority is to find Libby Squire and we are still conducting extensive searches and appealing for any information from the public.

    Libby Squire: One week on | Humberside Police
     
  14. OrlandoJames

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    Claudia Lawrence was abducted in 2009. He would have been about 15 at the time and presumably still in Poland.
     
  15. HayLouise

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    “Last night a 24-year-old man from Hull was arrested on suspicion of abduction at an address on Raglan Street. He is still in custody.

    “I can also confirm that we have recovered a car on Raglan Street which is currently forming just one part of our investigation.

    “During the course of our investigations we have spoken to a taxi driver and another motorist who stopped to help Libby on the night. I want to make it clear that these two individuals are not suspects in this enquiry.

    “My officers have been and will continue to work around the clock in our search for Libby.

    “Tonight Thursday 7 February there will PCSOs and officers in the area of Beverley Road and the University who will be handing out leaflets and speaking with as many people as we can to gather as much information as possible about Libby.

    “They will be in the area from about 5pm going into tomorrow morning.

    “We also have a special ‘media van’ with a large screen which is being driven around the area around the same time with information displayed which will help reinforce our appeal to find her.

    “I have specialist officers who have been supporting Libby’s parents throughout, and I want to say a personal thank you to Lisa and Russ Squire and Libby’s extended family and friends for their strength and bravery during this difficult time.

    “I am also aware that this has been a worrying time for residents living in the area and the wider university community. I would like to thank them for their help and patience, and want to offer my reassurance that my officers will continue to be in the area over the coming days.

    “Please come forward with any information you may have no matter how insignificant you think it might be.

    “Call us on 101 or if you want to remain anonymous, then you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

    Libby Squire: One week on | Humberside Police

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  16. Officer Dibble

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    One thing that strikes me is, how come only ONE person heard a scream? There are other properties in the area, aren't there?
     
  17. HayLouise

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    Clare Fallon‏ @clarefallon
    Libby Squire investigation update from Humberside police: “During the course of our investigations we have spoken to a taxi driver and another motorist who stopped to help Libby on the night. I want to make it clear that these two individuals are not suspects in this enquiry.”

    Clare Fallon on Twitter

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  18. Amonet

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    I agree. Not every arrest leads to charges, and the papers don't always name the right person when there is an arrest.

    Having said that, I think there's a high probability there will be charges brought and that there will be other charges added on.
     
  19. Ben_Bowler98

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    Police are still keeping an open mind... so presumably there’s still no trace of her?
     
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  20. Ruki

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    Well, there may have been more who didn't speak to the press and have only contacted the police.
     
  21. CoverMeCagney

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    We don't know that only one person heard it. We only know that one person spoke to the media about it.
     
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