Warwickshire Police supports appeal in relation to the death of Jack Macleod

30 November 2012 12:25

Warwickshire Police supports appeal in relation to the death of Jack Macleod

Graeme Pallister, Crime Manager for Warwickshire and West Mercia Police said: “Warwickshire Police fully recognises that Jack’s family and friends have many unanswered questions in relation to what happened to him back in 2005.

“It is every parent’s worst nightmare to lose a child and we still to this day do not know what happened to Jack after he was last seen near to Adelaide Road Bridge in Leamington Spa at around 1.35am on Sunday, December 4, 2005.

“Warwickshire Police carried out a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding 17-year-old Jack’s disappearance. No case is ever closed and we remain very interested to listen to anyone who may have any information which may help to piece together the circumstances surrounding Jack’s death.

“One key question which has never been answered remains in relation to a call received following the BBC Crimewatch programme on Tuesday, January 31, 2006. This programme broadcast a reconstruction of Jack’s last known movements starting at the Ocean Bar and tragically ending in Victoria Park not far from the Adelaide Road Bridge. As a result of this appeal one call of significant interest was made to the police by an anonymous male who has, until this day, never been traced.

“I would urge him or indeed anyone who may have any information which they feel may help police to piece together what happened to Jack to contact the force.”

Anyone with any information should contact the Operation Enact investigators on 07920 288248, email OpEnact@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk  or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.





Katie Quilley


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