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Manhunt is the real life story of how the murder of French National, Amelie Delagrange, on Twickenham Green in August 2004 was eventually linked to the murders of Marsha McDonnell in 2003 and the abduction and murder of Milly Dowler as she travelled home from school in 2002. Walking home following a night out with friends, 22 years old Amelie was savagely attacked and struck several times on the back of the head with a hammer. Although relatively experienced in murder investigation, DCI Sutton was assigned to the case by London’s Metropolitan Police. Hard working and instinctive, Sutton dedicated himself to finding Amelie’s killer. With very little evidence, his painstaking approach and the diligence of his fellow officers gradually led to breakthroughs in the case.
Serial homicide cases are complex because the victims are not related to each other. Often the killer is not familiar with them either. And so it happened in this case: the killer traveled through the streets of London, which he knew well, in search of pretty young girls. He liked to talk to them at bus stops. The youngest of the victims was 13. The oldest – 22 years. The series “Manhunt” is based on real events and is about how Inspector Colin Sutton was assigned to this case, although he had no such experience. He helped tie all three murders and one failed murder together. But the difficulty was that the killer did not leave any evidence. So, no modern investigation methods were suitable. The police had to act like they did before: interviewing witnesses, patrolling, and searching.Read more »