Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by cybervampira, Feb 2, 2019.
I queried car sharing early on, after something the neighbour mentioned
and perhaps Police have other CCTV showing her alseep and her being taken to the car...
Newland Ace wouldn’t be the logical route to the Welly, it’s straight down Beverley Road from there...
Don't know was just using it as an example
Good as theory as any that he was waiting for all vehicles and cyclist to clear the area before he re-approached her.
I think most of us agree that he had to have seen her on the bench before he had the long smoke break. So he was waiting it out before he re-approached.
Assuming this is the same guy that picked her up of course.
I think there will be a decent amount of cctv from the resteraunt and betfred across the road from the bench
5 mins v's 6 mins...and he might try to avoid the main drag if he's working under the table.
If he was abducting her he would of parked his car right in front of the bench instead of dragging her in front of houses. Doesn't add up to me
Being here in the US I used to be against "big brother" CCTV cameras everywhere but after seeing how it really helps with these kinds of crimes I am all for it now.
Bring on the cameras.
54 seconds of the first cctv we were shown you can clearly see the bottom of his shorts on his left leg before he sits down and when he gets up again.
When I watch the ITV video on the large screen I can see the square glasses like the one he had on his FB. My questions is Where is Libby? The police is doing a great job but they seem a bit lost - scattered all around Hull.
Good point and highly likely imo!
Just as a sidenote, regarding the quick speed of the CCTV footage; when the passenger door is opened there is quite a long delay before this person is seen to get in. With the speed of the CCTV, it is too long for someone opening the door and getting in. It is also too long for someone to open a door for someone else to get in. It's more in line with someone opening the door, then going back to pick someone up to put them in.
This is one of my how am I not dead stories. A friend of mine and I were very drunk one night in a city centre and demanded a lift from a man we encountered with a pony and trap. He agreed and took us 100m up the road then stopped and beckoned us to a garage where his car was because his horse was tired. We backed away.
Same friend and I when we were 14 met a man in the woods who asked if we could watch him take his clothes off. We said no and walked away.
Some men are creeps and sadly I think Libby met one.
Beverley road is a main road in to town, nobody would stop on it as you would draw attention to yourself. Much less conspicuous to park down the side street, he could have had her out of sight in seconds as opposed to trying to get her into a car on the main road
Unless his initial intentions were to really help her.
I could see a scenario where things turned for the worst. Like if she did throw up in his car or if evil thoughts got the best of him.
If his intentions were "honourable", he must have been quite naive to put himself in a compromising position. Alone with a semi conscious female - how would she tell him her address for the sat nav? It would be very interesting to know what he told the police he was doing out that time of night. If he was due to work the next day (not saying he was), he would presumably be on the 6am shift. With 50 minutes commute.
The suggestion that he bought tobacco makes sense. Leading to an opportunistic situation possibly, but first he needed a smoke. Maybe that's why he was out so late? All JMO
Hi everyone! While I was away you guys created 500 posts - impossible for me to read through all! Lol!
So I saw the video with him smoking at his car and seemingly putting Libby in it.
Found more footage the Sun published with his car driving by minutes later, 00.19am. Can anyone see something in it?
Why are they releasing the footage now? Hoping for witnesses?
As has already been said, he'd have been seen by many people, cars and possibly cameras if he'd stopped in front of the bench. Much safer to park on a dead in road, literally yards from the bench and out of sight from passing traffic.
Where and why does the setting of the sat nav come in? We can see there's no time for him to do that when he first drives off, if he did it at some time maybe while driving through the side streets that would suggest he did intend to take her home but why not do it before setting off
I'm going round in circles