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UK UK - Suzy Lamplugh, 25, London, 28 July 1986

Discussion in '1980's Missing' started by brit1981, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. CoverMeCagney

    CoverMeCagney Well-Known Member

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  2. Pinkizzy

    Pinkizzy Well-Known Member

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    A well known criminologist has said that the police are almost ready to arrest and charge 5 killers/serial killers. I don't care who has taken Suzy - just find her
     
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  3. astheworldfallsdown

    astheworldfallsdown Well-Known Member

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    Curious that the fact the house keys were recovered from the office wasn't investigated further. Surely the estate agency owner and other staff would have known as there was only one set of keys she couldn't possibly have gone to that house?

    I wonder what the other appointment referred to was.

    Was Suzy meeting a man or did she just happen to be a random victim of a killer while skiving off work?

    I really hope this leads to something but as it's been so long I fear Suzy will never be found.
     
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    When did they say this? Today? A while ago?
     
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  5. Pinkizzy

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    He said it in "The lost British serial killer", I've just realised it was published in 2010
     
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  6. Pinkizzy

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    I wonder whether she took the keys for the property on Stevenage Road
     
  7. Officer Dibble

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    I wonder....was it definitely confirmed that the name Mr Kipper in her diary was written in her handwriting?
     
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    I wonder the same.
     
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  9. Pinkizzy

    Pinkizzy Well-Known Member

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    What are you suggesting?
     
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    Police have begun digging up a field in search for missing estate agent Suzy Lamplugh who vanished in 1986.

    Police vans were reported in a layby off the A44 just outside Pershore, Worcestershire.

    ...SBM

    The Metropolitan police confirmed they received "new information" about her disappearance.

    A spokesman said: "Officers received new information about Miss Lamplugh’s disappearance following the publicity around the search of a property in Sutton Coldfield in November 2018, as part of this investigation.

    "All information was reviewed. Information relating to the areas we are currently searching was assessed and the decision was taken to make further enquiries.

    "We will not be commenting on any speculation surrounding the search.

    "Miss Lamplugh's family have been notified.

    Police dig field in search for estate agent Suzy Lamplugh missing since 1986
     
  11. Spy Versus Spy

    Spy Versus Spy Well-Known Member

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    Another link concerning the above News
    Suzy Lamplugh murder: Police search land after 'new information'
     
  12. Officer Dibble

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    ...that was it always assumed Suzy wrote it?
     
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  13. Officer Dibble

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    Is there a link to this? Confused...
     
  14. Pinkizzy

    Pinkizzy Well-Known Member

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    Fast forward to the Suzy Lamplugh bit
     
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    Suzy Lamplugh murder: Police searching area 'next to former tipping site'

    "Sky News has spoken to the previous owner of the tipping site, who did not want to be named, but said only top soil was dumped there over a period of three weeks in 1986 - the same year that Ms Lamplugh disappeared"


    "Ms Parsons said previous police searches had focussed on a brook that borders her family's land."
     
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  16. Pinkizzy

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    I reckon that if Cannan was Mr Kipper, he would have known about Bristol Rd and Pershore Rd running parallel to each other through the center of Birmingham. The route from Pershore Rd to Pershore takes you through Kings Norton (A441) to Norton (M5) and then onto Pershore (B4084)
     
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    Cannan and Kipper, C and K can sound the same, I wonder if Suzy got the spelling wrong and put down Kippen and the r at the end that everyone thinks is Kippe(r) is supposed to be an n. A lower case r and n can look similar if written quickly and JC may of meant Kippin instead of Kippen- which would match his surname like a cipher - I don't think many people have the surname Kipper, it's a bit of strange surname if they do.

    I've always thought it was something else.
     
  18. Pinkizzy

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    Kipper could be a nickname or part of a phrase used by someone or anything really
     
  19. astheworldfallsdown

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    Or just a randomly made up name on the spur of the moment. Was it usual for them to not take a first name for viewers?
     
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    This is interesting -
     

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