UK - Libby Squire, 21, last seen outside Welly club, Hull, 31 Jan 2019 *ARREST* #19

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  1. cybervampira

    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    Missing woman Libby Squire | Humberside Police

    Can you help find missing Libby Squire (21) last seen getting into a taxi outside Welly club in Hull at around 11pm last night?

    She is 5ft 7ins tall with shoulder length brown hair and was wearing a black long sleeved top, leather jacket and black denim skirt with lace.

    If you have seen her please call 101 quoting log 29 of 01/02/19.

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    Humberside Police

    Woman, 21, missing after last being seen getting into taxi on night out

    Huge search for missing Libby Squire continues

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    Just bringing this forward from thread #2

    Timeline:

    11:18pm Libby turned away from Welly,
    11:22pm Libby put in taxi
    11:29 Taxi drops her near home on Wellesley Av. Neighbours saw her stumbling in street.
    11:40 - 11:45 caught on CCTV on bench. Around this time grey beard man stopped to offer assistance, she declined, police have cleared him
    11:49ish PR? car arrives on Haworth Street (per ITV CCTV)
    12:04-12:06 ish man smoking (CCTV)
    12:08 passenger door opens and someone/something is on passenger seat
    (CCTV)
    12:09 car drives away (CCTV)

    12:09 police say Libby had left the bench by now
    12:19 the same car (tbc) seen Newland Av (per Sun CCTV)
    12:15-12:30ish dark and eerie screams coming from park for 15 minutes
    12:30ish man seen running from park
    12:30ish scream and banging gate heard from Heathcote St near Libbys house.
     
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    12:51
    Libby was 'lying on the floor crying and screaming' witness says
    Another witness Lorna Allen says she was walking on Beverley Road - on the opposite side to Haworth Street - when she saw Libby just before midnight.

    She said: “I saw a girl at the bus stop near Haworth Street. She was lying on the floor, crying and screaming. She was in a state.

    “I was a bit scared at first but crossed the road. She was laid flat out on the floor. I was stood at her feet. I did not notice if she had any injuries but she was talking to herself and slurring her words.

    “I asked if she was alright and she replied that she just wanted to go home. She got herself up and sat on a little square wall.

    "I watched her for around five minutes as I was concerned but she got up and walked towards the Endsleigh Centre, I started walking in the opposite directions and when I looked back I lost sight of her.

    "I was scared to call the police but when they later showed me a picture of a missing student I recognised her as the girl I saw that night.”
     
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    If it's agreed facts they just read the statements and the witnesses don't need to attend.
     
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    Defence and prosecution will have read all witnesses statements. If those statements are relevant to the case, and both defense and prosecution agree those statements are true, they will just be read in court. Both sides agree with the facts contained in those statements, so there's nothing to be challenged and no point in bringing those witnesses.

    Any statements which need further clarification, or which one or other side think contains information which doesn't fit their case or may be harmful to their case, those witnesses will be brought in to court so that both sides can have the opportunity top question them further
     
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    Yes - none of these aspects are contested. Nevertheless the prosecution is required to place the factual background into evidence.
     
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    12:59
    Two men found Libby lying in the snow
    Roland Jacobs was on his way home from a darts match with his friend Alan Jones when they came across Libby on Beverley Road. They were travelling in a silver Picasso.

    He says: “I saw a girl laid on the floor. It was snowing that night and there was snow on the floor. She was laid in the snow.”

    Mr Jacobs said he turned to his friend and said, “‘Did you see that?’ And told Alan to stop the car which he did.

    He added: “I wouldn’t want to see my daughter like that."

    Libby Squire murder and rape trial - flatmates describe final night
     
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    It's also routine for other kinds of exhibits. eg, where did the victim live etc. Everything that isn't contested with just be admitted or read in.
     
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    13:03
    Good Samaritans offered to take Libby home
    Mr Jacons told the court Libby'e legs were bloodied and he offered to giver her a lift home.

    He said: “I went straight over to her. I didn’t know what to think at the time. She had bloodied knees as if she had fallen down.”

    He said Libby was “crying, mumbling and talking to herself.”

    He said: “I asked her to stand up but she was just mumbling, I couldn’t understand what she was saying.

    “She asked me to lay down with her, I said, ‘No.’ I helped her to her feet, I had to grab her by her arms. Her legs weren’t working at first.”

    Mr Jacobs told the court he then sat Libby on the wall behind the bus stop and asked her where she lived “so I could give her a lift home.”

    He said: “I asked at first if she had a phone so I could call someone to come and get her and she said her friends had it. I asked where they were and I couldn’t understand what she was saying.”

    Mr Jacobs said as he went to ask Alan if he could understand her, Libby made her way over to the car.

    He said: “I asked her where she lived and I couldn’t understand her. She went back to the wall.”

    He says her demeanour changed and she started to swear at him and tell him to “f*** off.”

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    Libby was clearly in dire straights that evening. I have seen and helped many drunk friends but never came across drunk folks sitting and laying on the street in the snow. My heart breaks for her.
     
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    If only someone had called the police or an ambulance - I hope that is what I would have done.
     
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    I would like to think I would have done the same but I suppose we don’t know until we’re in that situation. I’m sure the “what ifs” are torture for these people who tried to help :(
     
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    BBM above. Oh no! This will surely be used further on in the trial.
     
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    This is not uncommon with drunk people, in my experience. Friends/acquaintances can get past this sort of reaction, but understandably strangers can be deterred from offering further help.
     
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    Although this is good evidence that consent would have been impossible.
     
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    Agreed.

    It takes patience. After a football derby last year, a drunk got entry to our haus around 4am by ringing all the buzzers until someone buzzed him in. He then roamed up and down the floors and intended to sleep in the stairwell. I was for calling the police, because at that time in the morning, who can be bothered? But a neighbour on a different floor coaxed him into leaving by talking with him for about 10 mins.
     
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