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Crimewatch appeal over new Michael Schallamach murder evidence

Hampshire police have unveiled a letter as a new piece of evidence, which they hope will lead to a breakthrough in one of the force's longest running unsolved cases.

Michael Schallamach, 52, disappeared from his home in the Bitterne area of Southampton, in April 1992.

Two convicted killers Kenneth Regan and William Horncy are believed to have been "directly involved" in his murder, police said.

An appeal for information has been made on the BBC's Crimewatch Roadshow over a letter received by Mr Schallamach's wife, Yvonne.

  • 30 Jun 2016