Police: No evidence of other Halliwell murders
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Christopher Halliwell: Police boss 'sure' other offences committed

A police boss has defended his force after it took "unfair criticism" over an inquiry into a woman's murder.

Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale said he wanted "to put the record straight" on the case of Christopher Halliwell, who was given a rare whole life sentence for killing Becky Godden.

Mr Veale told the Today programme he is sure more offences were committed, despite a lack of evidence at this stage.

  • 04 Oct 2016