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Duration: 29 minutes

David Whiteley investigates how one of Britain's most wanted men was tracked down after being suspected of murdering a Northamptonshire family.

We visit the animal shows that campaigners want shut down and tell the story of the man who inspired Chariots of Fire.

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Mon 12 Nov 2012 19:30 BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only

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    Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

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    Makeshift bed

    An Inside Out investigation has found that a man arrested over the murders of a Northampton family had been sleeping rough in Morocco for more than a year.


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    Watch a video feature about the story on the BBC News website.


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