Police To Re-Examine Death Of Bedford Toddler
Detectives are to take a fresh look at the death of toddler Sam Harry after a coroner ruled he was unlawfully killed this week.
Detectives from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit (MCU) initially investigated the death of 19-month-old Sam in Bedford in 2013.
Two people were arrested during the investigation, however there was insufficient evidence to bring charges with the Crown Prosecution Service.
Coroner Martin Oldham recorded a verdict of ‘unlawful killing’ yesterday (Thursday) following a two-day inquest held at Ampthill.
Following the verdict, head of the MCU Detective Superintendent Paul Fullwood said: “Our thoughts and sympathies are with Sam’s family at this difficult time and we fully understand their frustrations. In light of the coroner’s verdict I will be instigating a fresh review of the case. No unsolved murder is ever closed and we will do everything we can in order to bring those responsible to justice.”
Lorry targeted at Toddington Services while driver was on a break.
31 year old victim taken to hospital after attack on Thursday night.
Both robberies happened within 20 minutes of each other on Wednesday night.
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