21/11/2012

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Duration: 1 hour

Detectives from across the UK are live in the Crimewatch studio, ready to take your calls.

Royal Military Police appeal for information on the disappearance of two-year-old Katrice Lee, who went missing from a British army base in Germany in 1981. They are hoping new computer-generated imagery of the crime scene and age-progressed photographs of how Katrice might look today will spark fresh leads.

Plus, the inside story of how detectives proved the parents of 17-year-old Shafilea Ahmed were guilty of her brutal murder, in a shocking case of so-called 'honour killing'. Police went to great lengths in a nine-year investigation, even planting a listening device in the family home. Ultimately, the case would rest on the courage of Shafilea's own sister to break ranks and speak out about the night she witnessed her mother and father commit murder.

  • Progress: Deptford mobile phone robbery

    Charles Beluchukwu Okonkwo
    This programme featured a CCTV appeal on behalf of the British Transport Police after a woman was robbed of her phone at Deptford Train Station in London, August 2012. 

    Just two days after the show, and following information received from a member of the public who had seen the appeal, a 35-year-old man was arrested at a pub in South East London. 

    Charles Beluchukwu Okonkwo admitted the offence and was charged with robbery. 

    On Friday 30 November he was sentenced to 10 months in prison. 

    When his sentence is completed he will be deported to Nigeria.   

Credits

Presenter
Kirsty Young
Presenter
Matthew Amroliwala
Presenter
Martin Bayfield
Director
Katie Bodinger
Director
Georgina Lee
Director
Rhys Roberts
Series Editor
Joe Mather

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