Son of Sheffield murder victim: “Killer might never be found.”
Monday 27 July 2015
The son of a Sheffield woman brutally murdered fears his mum’s killer will never be found as he marks the 18th anniversary of her death.
Daniel Grainger was aged just five when the body of his 25-year-old mum Patricia was discovered under a bed base at a brook close to their Parson Cross home.
“I will keep fighting for justice for my mum but unless somebody comes forward with any new evidence or the killer hands himself in the police aren’t going to look at the case themselves,” the 23-year-old said today. “It worries me that her killer could still be out there walking the streets, it could be somebody I see every day – it’s not a nice feeling. I feel that I have missed out on having a mother-son relation.”
**Yet the 50+ items of clothing and property of my mums recovered from our home that they destroyed without my or my familys permission had never been forensically tested!
Todays article in the star The son of a Sheffield woman brutally murdered fears his mum’s killer will never be found…
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