UK UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen getting into taxi outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 #7 *ARREST*

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  1. Armchair_Defective

    Armchair_Defective Well-Known Member

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    Exactly. ...and... What are the chances the suspect ( by all accounts a loner) has trafficking connections AND turns out to be a sexually deviant criminal who stalks women in the area....slim to none I would say.
     
  2. Strontium69

    Strontium69 Well-Known Member

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    To answer that question people are trying to work out if PR (assuming it was him for this) just pounced on an opportunity and things went from there,

    Or there was some element of planning to it.

    ANY element of planning then opens an entire world of possibilities.

    If he was an opportunist however, the options are much narrower.
     
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  3. Strontium69

    Strontium69 Well-Known Member

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    It was only around midnight on a Thursday night, so yes it' not as if the streets are utterly deserted at that time.
     
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  4. hitthenick

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    Thanks for the tag.... Just popped in to comment on this.

    What I see in this is, the alloys are still from an Astra 5 dr SXI as I have already mentioned numerous times.

    A couple of other things I have recognised on this video footage at this speed.

    1 - 44 seconds in the video, we can see the drivers wing mirror clearly, but looking towards the passenger side through the drivers window, I can distinctly see something small illuminated, hard to tell if its the driver or passenger but I'd pretty much say for certain it's a mobile phone screen.

    2 - 1.01 minutes, the screen is still illuminated as the drivers start to turn left to move forward.

    3 - 1.02 minutes, the screen isn't visible.

    4 - 1.16 minutes - large light visible in the middle of the dashboard just below windscreen level to the left of the steering wheel. On an Astra, that is where the display is for the radio but it's a dull orange/yellow colour as standard, the don't have a full colour screen sat nav fitted on this model at all, it wasn't an optional extra either. Hard to say if it's a phone, sat nav or anything else but it is definitely visible.

    I'd love to see the whole video at this speed if possible?
     
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  5. Ryuk

    Ryuk On Time Out

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    Do we have street workers on Beverley road? I've not seen any.
    Not that I go looking before some smart Alec chimes in
     
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  6. TheTruthWillOut

    TheTruthWillOut Well-Known Member

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    Excellent. Thanks for these, Ryuk.

    I notice when you go down Haworth Street there are 2! silver Astra's of the correct model year range. Unfortunately can't see the alloy design, though.
     
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    I wonder if you can do the whole video at 10%?
     
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  8. Joolz1975

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    The guy that said it was An Astra had no doubt at all he was 100% sure...think he pin pointed the exact model too.

    The fact that PR owned the same make and model and had one recovered by police makes me certain it was him on CCTV...and the fact Libby was last sighted at near enough the same time a passenger gets in that car makes me think it was LS too.

    Would be a massive coincidence for the same kind of car to be on that street at that time when a girl goes missing and it not be the car that was taken away.

    I'm assuming they got little if no forensics off it though which makes me think another car was involved in removing Libby...unless she is in the park or river.
     
  9. Joolz1975

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    Yes i see the two glowing lights too at that speed. It absolutely looks the passenger is on a phone.

    I'm going to put the whole video slowed down on my tv see if anything else pops out at me.
     
  10. JeremyBentham

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    Have any dogs been used yet? Surely they should deploy search dogs as soon as possible to track any kind of scent.
     
  11. Spy Versus Spy

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    Sadly, throughout History,It has always been thus Ryuk
     
  12. Strontium69

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    Was really just talking in general, that midnight Thurs Newland/Haworth/Beverley Road area is not really note worthy to see people out, drinkers or not.

    But yes granted, it isn't exactly a 'street walker' area.
     
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  13. Joolz1975

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    Deleted..not the time or place
     
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  14. Stella8

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    Agree completely. The only thing that would sway me on this is if law enforcement say this is how they are leaning. I think someone mentioned this is the word among them but that’s purely conjecture at the minute.
     
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    I see exactly what you mean , something like a mobile phone and also the larger light patch
     

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    So the developments today according to the press are a scaling down of the search and everything moving to behind the scenes.
     
  17. alfiedug

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    I was told too it was a Astra Mark 5 SXi but now have been told different...... scratches head.
     
  18. Stella8

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    I would imagine those involved in trafficking prefer to lie low near the rocks from which they crawl, rather than stand undisguised under porch lights in front of a bunch of young women or risk getting caught stealing condoms.
     
  19. crazychris

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    That's why I don't think it's anything to do with trafficking. The simplest solution is usually the correct one. She's been murdered by the suspect or another person and they've not found her body yet. Some murder victims are never found.
     
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    No, someone said they'd spoken to a reporter from the Hull Mail in the park and he was thinking that.
     
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