Police investigating the death of Harry Dunn have told the teenager’s parents that an email saying their son’s alleged killer is “wanted internationally” may have been a reference to a European Arrest Warrant.
The spokesman for the family of Harry Dunn is lodging a formal complaint against a police force after accusing them of “causing enormous distress” to the teenager’s parents over their comments on a reported Interpol Red Notice issued for their son’s alleged killer.
The alleged killer of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn is “wanted internationally” after an Interpol Red Notice was issued for her arrest, a family spokesman has said.
Harry Dunn’s family are set to meet the shadow foreign secretary to encourage parliamentary scrutiny over the Foreign Office’s (FCO) handling of the case.
Harry Dunn’s parents have claimed they are unable to sue their son’s alleged killer due to a delay in police handing over an accident investigation report.
The US military base involved in the Harry Dunn scandal is “looking into” claims of another staff member driving on the wrong side of the road before smashing into a stone wall.
The Home Secretary has said police checking supermarket trolleys is “not appropriate” after a chief constable threatened to implement the measure to police the coronavirus regulations.
A police chief has said his force is only “a few days away” from introducing measures such as road blocks and searching shopping trolleys, as people continue to flout coronavirus regulations.
Police have issued an anniversary appeal 20 years on from the disappearance of a 14-year-old girl – saying “It’s now time to tell”.