Emma Caldwell murder

Emma Caldwell murder

Murder hunt focuses on two mystery cars

POLICE have issued CCTV footage of vehicles and people they wish to track down in connection with the murder of Emma Caldwell, a Glasgow prostitute who went missing a year ago today.

Hoaxer wasted police time in murder case

THE detective leading the hunt for the killer of Emma Caldwell has revealed precious police time was wasted by a hoaxer who claimed responsibility for the murder, it emerged yesterday.

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Parents' birthday tribute and appeal to catch Emma's killer

THE parents of murdered Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell laid floral tributes yesterday at the remote woodland spot where their daughter's body was found, on what would have been her 28th birthday.

Police hunting prostitute's killer seek drivers of two cars

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of Emma Caldwell yesterday appealed for drivers of two vehicles seen near the spot where her body was found to come forward.

Phone caller could have clues to killer of Glasgow prostitute

DETECTIVES hunting the killer of Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell are interviewing a telephone caller who contacted Scottish Television.

Better care for prostitutes plea following murder

DRUGS experts yesterday demanded prostitutes be given better access to support services following the death of Emma Caldwell, a heroin addict, last May.

Emma's parents make new plea to find killer

THE parents of the murdered prostitute Emma Caldwell yesterday made an emotional plea to find their daughter's killer during a visit to the scene where her body was found.

Cars seized in murder hunt

POLICE hunting the killer of prostitute Emma Caldwell have seized several cars for inspection, it emerged yesterday. Skoda taxis are thought to among the vehicles taken in for examination.

Detectives collect DNA samples over murder of prostitute

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of the Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell have begun collecting DNA samples from men who may have known the victim.

Murder police will write to hundreds of city cab drivers

HUNDREDS of cab drivers are to receive a personal letter from the head of the investigation into the murder of prostitute Emma Caldwell, asking them to help track down a private hire car connected to the incident.

Bus TV appeal

POLICE hunting the killer of a prostitute whose body was discovered in remote woods are to use television screens on buses to appeal for information.

Police plea in Caldwell murder

DETECTIVES hunting the killer of 27-year-old Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell yesterday sent leaflets appealing for information to almost 4,000 homes close to where her body was discovered at Rigside, near Biggar, in Lanarkshire on 8 May.

Doorstep enquiries warning in prostitute murder case

MARRIED clients of Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell, who have not come forward to help solve her murder, may soon face doorstep inquiries, police warned yesterday.

Caravan clue in hunt for prostitute killer

DETECTIVES hunting the killer of murdered prostitute Emma Caldwell yesterday examined a caravan in the Highlands.

Emma reward

A £10,000 reward is being offered to anyone who can help police find the killer of the Scottish prostitute Emma Caldwell, 27, who died more than a month ago.

New leads in the hunt for killer of prostitute

VITAL new leads in the hunt to find the killer of Emma Caldwell have emerged following a nationwide appeal for information by police on BBC's Crimewatch.

Final moments of Emma shown on TV in hope of trapping killer

THE last recorded moments of the life of the murdered Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell were revealed last night as her parents spoke of the horse-loving daughter they had adored.

Family of murdered prostitute to make TV plea

THE parents of Emma Caldwell, the murdered Glasgow prostitute, will tonight make a plea on the BBC's Crimewatch programme to help solve her murder.

Hunt for Emma's killer widens

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of Glasgow prostitute Emma Caldwell have extended the hunt for her killer across the UK, it was revealed yesterday.

Projecting ray of hope in murder appeal

DETECTIVES have beamed a 60ft image of a prostitute on to a tower block in the hope it will trigger a breakthrough in the hunt for her killer.

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