The family of a murdered Aberdeen boy have spoken of their “relief” after his killer lost his bid to get out of jail.
Two men snared after a fire uncovered heroin with an estimated street value of almost £200,000 in an Aberdeen flat have been each jailed for four years.
Almost 2,000 more people have backed a call to keep a killer behind bars since an Evening Express article.
Scott Simpson, 9, was abducted from a park near to his city home by Steven Leisk, then 34, in July 1997.
The sister of a murdered Aberdeen schoolboy fears his killer will soon be back on the streets.
Man, 42, appears in court after heroin worth £200,000 discovered following blaze at Aberdeen tenement
More than £200,000 of heroin was discovered after a blaze broke out at an Aberdeen tenement.
A 42-year-old Aberdeen man appeared in court today after heroin worth more than £200,000 was found in a fire-hit block of flats.