Police review Lamplugh evidence

DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of an estate agent 22 years ago are reviewing evidence from the Steve Wright trial, Suffolk Police said today.

DETECTIVES investigating the disappearance of an estate agent 22 years ago are reviewing evidence from the Steve Wright trial, Suffolk Police said today.

Suzy Lamplugh, 25, disappeared in 1986 after leaving her offices in Fulham, west London.

Her body has never been found but she was officially declared dead in 1994.

Wright, who was today jailed for life for murdering five prostitutes, and Miss Lamplugh worked on the QE2 in the 1980s. Wright was a steward and Miss Lamplugh a beautician.

Following the conviction, Suffolk Police today confirmed that officers from the Metropolitan Police had asked to see evidence against Wright to probe any links with the disappearance of Miss Lamplugh.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk Police said: "We've been approached by the Metropolitan Police in relation to Suzy Lamplugh but that's a standard procedure.

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"However, we've got no evidence pointing to his involvement in any other crimes. The Met or any other forces have their own investigations and we don't know what pieces of evidence they have.

"We will pass on any information we've received as part of our investigations."