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  Robert Green Tuesday 24 September 2002  
West Mercia police have just opened a 'cold case review' into the murder of the 78 year old Hilda Murrell in 1984.

The murder has remained one of the great unsolved crimes in Britain, and has inspired some extraordinary conspiracy theories. Until now the police have always maintained that Murrell was murdered by a burglar in a raid that went wrong.
Hilda Murrell's nephew, Commander Robert Green joins Jenni to tell her why he believes that his aunt's death was far more than a bungled burglary.

BBC News: Murder mystery case reopened

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