Thames torso case: Police vow to 'never give up'


The Metropolitan Police has said it will "never give up" in the case of its only unsolved child murder.

The dismembered torso of a young boy was discovered in the River Thames 10 years ago.

Officers, who named the boy Adam, suspect he was the victim of a ritualistic killing, but his killers are yet to be found.

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