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With the numbers of feral cats in London reportedly on the rise, Wendy Hurrell joins the rescue teams rounding up abandoned strays and finding them sanctuary. And - we get a sneak preview of some of the Met Police Crime Museum's most notorious never-before-seen exhibits before they go on public display.

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29 minutes

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Mon 5 Oct 2015 19:30
BBC One London

Inside the Metropolitan Police's 'Black Museum'

Inside the Metropolitan Police's 'Black Museum'

Evidence and artefacts from some of the most notorious crimes ever committed are going on public display for the first time in a major exhibition at the Museum of London.

The collection from the Metropolitan Police's Crime Museum - previously nicknamed 'The Black Museum' - includes gruesome items from the acid bath murders to those belonging to the Kray twins.

The contents were previously hidden away in the depths of Scotland Yard - Nikki Bedi had a sneak preview.

Watch the video feature on the BBC News website


Role Contributor
PresenterMatthew Wright
ReporterWendy Hurrell
Series ProducerAndy Richards
EditorDippy Chaudhary

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