The below are confirmed
and possible sightings of my mum prior to her murder during the week
she was missing.
Thursday 7th August 1997
Confirmed Sighting at Nothern General Hospital. (from CCTV Footage)
Saturday 9th August 1997 -
Possible Sighting - a man was seen talking to Pat about 12 hours
before she was last seen alive. She was chatting to the man at about
7:45am at the junction of Holgate Crescent and Holgate Road on
Saturday August 9. The man was white, aged about 30, five feet six to
eight inches tall with dark hair, greasy or gelled.
Possible sighting on lindsay
cresent days prior to her murder.
Question's we'd like answering if anyone can help are.
Did anyone see her in or around
the nothern general?
Where did she stay its still
unknown where she stayed for the week prior to her murder but she
must have stayed somewhere.. please come forward if you let my mum
stay at yours in august 1997, if you haven't done anything you won't have anything
to worry about just come forward.
And could anyone who has
already told the police they have seen her and/havn't told them and
don't want to speak to the police could they contact me either via
the website or via my facebook page so i could try put together some
possible timeline of the week prior to my mums murder. Thank you
Is this the face of Pat's killer
Despite extensive inquiries, police have been unable to trace the scruffy-looking man, seen in the early hours of Sunday, August 10 arund the time Pat Grainger was stabbed and strangled near her Parson Cross home.
He was seen in the Collinson/Adrian Cresent area, close to the brook where Pat's body was found hidden under rubbish.
A woman was so intimidated by the man's behaviour that she dared not walk past. He was fidgeting with his hands in his pockets and stared coldy at the woman before walking off.. View full article
Did you see this man or anyone else acting suspiciously around parson cross and hartley brook around the 10th of august 1997?
If you can help with anything please get intouch via the contact page or click how to help if you'd like to contact the police.