Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

1968 Murder Suspect Quizzed over Other Missing Boys

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

1968 Murder Suspect Quizzed over Other Missing Boys

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Byline: BOB GRAHAM

A MAN being questioned over the murder of Surrey schoolboy Roy Tutill 33 years ago will also be asked about the disappearance of a number of other teenage boys, it emerged today.

The man, a farm labourer from Solihull who has not been named, has been held at Staines police station since he was arrested at his home yesterday.

As well as the Tutill case, he is being quizzed about two attempted abductions - of a seven-year-old boy at Heston Services on the M4 in 1998 and of a 14-year-old Chertsey boy two years ago.

West Midlands police are also reopening the files on two other missing Birmingham youngsters, Patrick Warren and David Spencer, who both disappeared on New Year's Day four years ago.

The 1968 killing of Roy Tutill was one of the most infamous murders of the Sixties and has remained unsolved.

Since his death, Roy's clothes and possessions have been held at Dorking police station and it was revealed today that they have been used to provide police with DNA samples. …

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