CCTV images of missing Stevenage woman released
DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of a 25-year-old woman more than a year ago have released CCTV images of what are believed to be her last known movements. Samantha Wright moved from Archer Road in Stevenage to Edinburgh four years ago, but went
DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of a 25-year-old woman more than a year ago have released CCTV images of what are believed to be her last known movements.
Samantha Wright moved from Archer Road in Stevenage to Edinburgh four years ago, but went missing on June 12 last year.
Her mother, Catherine Gibson, and father, Jeremy Wright, still live in Stevenage.
The images were discovered through the course of the investigation, and were taken from CCTV cameras operating in the east end of Edinburgh city centre.
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They show Samantha walking in Hanover Street at the junction with Rose Street at 8.55pm on June 12, 2008, with a man who has yet to be identified.
Chief Inspector Paul Bullen said: "We are extremely keen to speak to the man pictured with Samantha in the footage, and would ask him to contact police immediately. We believe he could be a significant witness, and may have information about Samantha's demeanour and intentions on that evening."
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Anyone with any information as to the identity of this male is asked to contact Lothian and Borders Police on 0131 311 3131 or Crimestoppers in confidence and complete anonymity on 0800 555 111.