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Is this where Manchester shooting suspect hid?

The chief constable of Greater Manchester Police has paid tribute to the families of two officers killed while on duty in Mottram on Tuesday.

Sir Peter Fahy said that the relatives of Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32 had shown 'great dignity' and spoken of how the women 'had died doing the job that they loved'.

The Chief Constable also said that a small number of people may have been harbouring Dale Cregan, who is being questioned in connection with the officers' deaths.

Cregan had been the subject of a huge manhunt after the murder of David Short, 46, and Mark Short, 23.

Mark Easton went to Mottram to find out how someone wanted by the police could remain at large despite a police manhunt and a £50,000 reward.

  • 19 Sep 2012
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