Found Deceased UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 #13 *ARREST*

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  1. otto

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    Is this the sluice?

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    Or this?

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  2. Mommysleuth11

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    Neither of those locations. I shall see if i can find it. Those are both bridges closer to the town centre and mouth of the river Hull.
     
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    The green line at 10/11 o clock is the drain.
     

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    Thank you! I need to see it on a map to better understand what happened. At this time there seems to be a question of where she went into the water: near her home through the sluice and into the estuary, or into the water where she was found?
     
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    She couldnt have gone through the sluice, its like a huge grid or grate so only the water can flow through.

    The drain flows into the river Hull via the sluice as its outlet. The drain and river run reasonbly closeby each other at various points though, 1 of which being near where Libby went missing.

    The river Hull flows out to the Humber.
    I personally dont think the drain is important to the case.
     
  6. otto

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    This drain? Farther upstream? He house must be close if this is the correct drain.

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    That is the correct drain.
     
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    When I was first reading about this, it sounded like there might be a weir? Did I misunderstand, or is there a weir at the sluice?
     
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    This is directly South of the sluice. Art or decay?

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    This must be the sluice that controls ditch drainage to the estuary.

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  11. Joolz1975

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    Wasn't the same car apparently.

    One was 5 door, one was 3 door.
     
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    Google Image Result for https://i2-prod.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article13981557.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/0_Pawe-Reowicz.jpg

    Is this pointy building anywhere close to the locations of note? Sorry I am not living in Hull, so cannot recognise the landmarks.
     
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    Having trouble following about the 2nd car. Was a car reported missing and found near the sluice, or the location of the body?
     
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    I'm trying to figure-out on a map:
    • where did she live
    • where is the sluice (starting point)
    • where was the body
    • where was the first car
    • where was the second car
     
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    No. Miles away.

    He is standing at the junction of the Hull and the Humber.

    That triangular glass building behind him is The Deep - he is on the opposite bank/corner.
     
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    I can do that - but can you differentiate first car and second car?
     
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    Libby was Found at Spurn Point close to Grimsby dock this article says- Body recovered from Humber Estuary
     
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    It was just an abandoned car (Megane) that was found a few weeks later on wasteland near the humber.

    The other car on Howarth St seen driving off before PR was also a Megane.

    So I queried it at the time and was informed by a reliable source that they were not the same car as one was 3 door and one was 5 door.

    At that point it had already been reported to LE anyway so they were aware of the abandoned car, I'm sure they would have checked it out just because an abandoned car was likely stolen.

    If there was a connection to be made I'm sure they would have done so.

    The car wasn't found anywhere near Oak Road or where her body was found.
     
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    My question is... Is ‘The Deep’ close to where Libby was found? Familiarity with territory ect Spurn Point being the said location where Libby was found. (According to news article above.)
     
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