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Code-breaker killer sought

OFFICERS investigating the death of British code-breaker Gareth Williams, whose decomposing body was found padlocked shut in a holdall in his bath, yesterday released CCTV footage of him as they appealed for the public’s help.

Scotland Yard want to identify a man and a woman, both of Mediterranean appearance, who were let into the communal entrance of his flat in Pimlico, central London, late one evening in June or July.

A police spokesman added that no drugs, or indications of drug usage were recovered from the property. Testing for any other substance continues.

A force spokesman added there was no sign of any forced entry to his flat, no signs of disturbance inside and no property was believed to be missing.


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