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Terry McSpadden: 7 Year Anniversary Plea

Terry McSpadden: 7 Year Anniversary Plea

Published by KLFM
5:29pm 27th February 2014.

"I strongly believe that Terry has died and I strongly believe that he has been murdered."

Those are the words of Detective Inspector Marie James on the disappearance of Terry McSpadden who hasn’t been seen for 7 years.

The man from Wisbech was last seen in the early hours of the 2nd of March 2007. He has never been seen or heard from again.

Crimestoppers have today offered a 5 thousand pound reward for information on his murder

DI James says she is sure somebody knows what happened.

“Terry McSpadden was a local man. He had strong local ties with the local community. He was very reliable, he was hard working, he was very likable individual. He never strayed far from the Wisbech area and so we are sure that someone knows how and why Terry disappeared.”

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