A BANKER shot dead on the doorstep of his family home owed £50,000 to loan sharks, it was revealed yesterday.
NEARLY 1,000 men are being asked to give police DNA samples in the hunt for the killer of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson.
AN INVESTIGATION into the murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson has been scaled back due to a lack of new leads.
A £10,000 reward offered for information leading to the conviction of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson's killer has been withdrawn.
TIME has not eased Veronica Wilson's pain, nor provided her with any answers.
IT IS 7.10pm on a freezing November night in Crescent Road and a chill wind is whipping in from the Moray Firth. The Nairn United Reform Church is cloaked in darkness but the Havelock House Hotel on the opposite corner is bathed in light - befitting the summer residence of the Emir of Jaipur who, bizarrely, built this elegant home as his refuge during the Indian mutiny of 1857.
DETECTIVES hunting the killer of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson have said they are "exasperated" by the fact that many locals in the town seem to believe that his wife, Veronica, may have had some role in the murder.
DETECTIVES have tracked down and interviewed 600 gun owners who bought - or could have purchased - bullets similar to those used to murder Nairn bank manager Alistair Wilson almost two years ago.
POLICE hope that a single DNA sample found at the scene of the murder of a Nairn banker might still lead them to the killer.
POLICE remain confident of catching the killer of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson despite no suspect or motive being identified 18 months after the shooting.
THE son of murdered Nairn banker Alistair Wilson feared his whole family would be killed by the gunman who shot his father.
POLICE officers are studying hours of footage from a speed camera in the hunt for the gunman who killed banker Alistair Wilson.
THE gun used to murder the Nairn banker Alistair Wilson is more than 80 years old, detectives have established.
POLICE investigating the murder of the Nairn banker Alistair Wilson are to check thousands of rounds of ammunition imported into the UK over the last 16 years.
ONE of the detectives leading the hunt for the killer of the Nairn banker Alistair Wilson will fly to the continent this weekend to trace the origin of the weapon and ammunition used in the murder.
THE widow of murdered banker Alistair Wilson spoke yesterday of her "utter disbelief" that his killer had still to be brought to justice - exactly a year after her husband was gunned down in cold blood on the doorstep of their home.
THE wife of murdered bank manager Alistair Wilson has inherited more than £130,000 since his death.