No evidence linking Halliwell to other murders, leading police chief says
Convicted double killer Christopher Halliwell may be responsible for the murders of other women, but there is no evidence linking the taxi driver to more deaths, a police chief has said.
Defending his force's handling of the killer, Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale said he was "sure" other women may have been murdered, but a national effort to try to tie Halliwell to further crimes had proved fruitless.
Asked if he thought it was unlikely Halliwell had murdered other women, Mr Veale told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "I am absolutely sure, actually, that he probably... read more
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