More than 20 calls to Crimewatch over 1996 schoolgirl murder
Caroline Glachan, 14, was found dead in the River Leven in Bonhill, West Dunbartonshire.
More than 20 calls were received about the murder of a schoolgirl in 1996 after a Crimewatch episode about the cold case.
Glachan, 14, was found dead on the water’s edge of the River Leven in
Bonhill, West Dunbartonshire, 20 years ago on August 25.
She had suffered blunt trauma to the head and drowned.
killer has never been found but officers from Police Scotland remain
committed to finding the culprit and recently made a fresh appeal for
help and information along with the young girl’s mother.
superintendent Jim Kerr made a further appeal on the BBC Crimewatch
programme on Monday night, which prompted a positive response from the
The programme focused on Caroline’s murder and featured her mother Margaret McKeitch and her best friend Joanne Menzies.
than 20 calls were received during the Crimewatch programme and Mr Kerr
said he was “hopeful that some calls could assist with the
They related to the identity of the hooded man in
the artist’s impression and others offered information in relation to
the general inquiry.
Mr Kerr said: “We have received a positive response following last night’s appeal on the Crimewatch programme.
than 20 calls were received and the information given to police will
now be followed up by the officers from the Homicide Governance and
Review Team and I am hopeful that some calls could assist with the
“Anyone with information should contact the Operation Fairing Team through 101. Email officers on email@example.com.
“Alternatively contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.”
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