Lucy McHugh homicide police to display screen CCTV at Saints stadium (News)


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Media captionLucy McHugh was seen at Tesco Specific half an hour after she left dwelling

Detectives investigating the homicide of a 13-year-old lady will display screen her final recognized actions to 1000’s of soccer followers.

Lucy McHugh’s physique was present in woodland close to Southampton Sports activities Centre early on 26 July.

CCTV footage of her outdoors a close-by Tesco Specific can be proven on the large screens at Southampton’s match with Burnley at St Mary’s on Sunday.

Leaflets interesting for data may also be handed out.

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Hampshire Constabulary

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Lucy left her dwelling in Mansel Highway East on 25 July however didn’t return

Det Supt Paul Barton, of Hampshire Constabulary, mentioned: “Greater than 200 members of the general public have been in contact with data to date, however we all know there’s extra to be executed.

“Somebody on the market is aware of one thing about Lucy’s ultimate actions.

“Some Saints followers could have come again from vacation in time for the Burnley recreation and missed our appeals.”

He added it was “very important” for folks to suppose again to 25 July when she disappeared.

The CCTV footage of Lucy on the Tesco Specific on the nook of Coxford Highway and Lordswood Highway was taken at 09:30 BST that day – 30 minutes after she left her dwelling on Mansel Highway East.

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Hampshire Constabulary

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Police launched pictures of clothes worn by Lucy McHugh when she went lacking

The charity Crimestoppers is providing a reward of as much as £10,000 for data resulting in the arrest and conviction of the individual or folks liable for Lucy’s homicide.

A 24-year-old man from Southampton was arrested on suspicion of homicide and sexual exercise with a baby and was bailed in relation to these offences.

The identical man appeared in courtroom on 31 July charged with an offence which pertains to failing to reveal a password to his Fb account to detectives investigating Lucy’s homicide.

Stephen-Alan Nicholson, of no mounted tackle, was remanded in custody to look at Southampton Crown Courtroom on 31 August.

Detectives have requested Fb to “protect” data on some customers’ accounts.


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