UK UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen getting into taxi outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 #8 *ARREST*

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  1. Sarahjo

    Sarahjo Active Member

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    The two people walking together in the new CCTV, looks to me like the one closest to the camera could be bare legs? Does anyone think could be LS?

    Where does the direction they are heading lead to? Any houses or anything that way?
     
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    Watching the main ITV evening news and the new CCTV got all of 10 secs mention, didn’t even show the whole thing.. not news worthy anymore.. so sad!
     
  3. JustTryingToHelp

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    I so want her to be found. Her poor family. It's heartbreaking : (
     
  4. PaddyOreally?

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    Could be but if it is she doesn't look drunk or like she's being abducted and she's heading away from the park area I think.
     
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    They do screw up :-( As an ambulance person, I can say that we get lots of calls for "man lying in road/at bus stop/in field" and it's normally a drunk person and they often just walk off once we've roused them. It's rarely a woman, but i think that's probably because women aren't normally alone and very drunk. I wonder if they didn't treat it too seriously and took ages to respond, by which point she had moved on. Although, saying that, how would Libby lying in the road correlate with suspicion of abduction?
     
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  7. JustTryingToHelp

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    I think the police are just hoping these people saw or heard something. They probably didn't, people do walk around at weird times. And there isn't a person in the area who hasn't heard about Libby Squire.
     
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    Looks to me that nearest of the two people look like wearing some sort of grey 3/4 length trousers rather than bare legs
     
  10. JustTryingToHelp

    JustTryingToHelp Well-Known Member

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    The police have four options

    1. Accident
    2. Harm and/or abduction (foul play)
    3. Harm (no foul play e.g. self/distressed)
    4. Chose to disappear.

    4 seems highly unlikely

    1/3 she would probably have been found

    2.....?
     
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    Where's he gone?
     
  12. Officer Dibble

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    I've only just seen this new CCTV. The first three men are running. I keep getting interrupted in my home, so can't give it my full attention - is one the same man going back again? ?

    What I did notice was the flickering blue light top right - TV or a party?

    What is the building bottom right with lit up windows?

    If anyone has already asked these questions - apologies - I'm late to this.
     
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    The 2nd and 3rd is the same person but on a bike, not running
     
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    Screenshot_2019-02-19-19-07-35.jpg location of CCTV cameras round Wellesley avenue. Not sure if this has been shared before but if you go to this website
    My Hull

    You can enter an address and then look for local CCTV camera locations. You have to look around a bit to find out the right section.
     
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    Maybe the CCTV has only been released to keep Libby in the news
     
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    Maybe also to ramp up some pressure on PR , he maybe thought nobody saw him but if this was near to scene he might get edgy and start to wonder if there was a possible witness...
     
  17. Spy Versus Spy

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    Disappointing lack of even a smattering of Hull vocabulary. Youve had the Dictionary for nearly a Week now
     
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    I would have thought an ambulance would have been more appropriate in this situation as opposed to the police. I can understand why police did not attend as they are responsible for crimes in the main, not the enebriated public, unless they are causing a nuisance. It sounds like Libby was so out of it that she was a danger to herself.

    I agree with you about the importance of young people keeping themselves safe. It seems that there was so many things that went wrong for Libby that night, yet various safety mechanisms overlooked that perhaps would have helped keep her safe.
     
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  19. JustTryingToHelp

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    Has anyone heard of this small body of water, near Croda, being searched on Oak Road (if it hasn't dried up). I'm a local and had no idea it was there, guess it's hidden behind bushes (n.b. This is not the lake).
     

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    Such a shame that she didn't have a close friend to look out for her when she was in this highly vulnerable state. Poor girl.
     
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