Reward hope in three-year murder hunt
THREE years on from a murder on Good Friday 1999, police are still hunting for a key witness.Karl Morris, 23, of Great Cornard received serious head injuries in a fight at the Queen's Arms at Great Cornard in April 1999.
THREE years on from a murder on Good Friday 1999, police are still hunting for a key witness.
Karl Morris, 23, of Great Cornard received serious head injuries in a fight at the Queen's Arms at Great Cornard in April 1999. He died in hospital the next day.
Stephen Mackay, 31, who was present at the time of the fight, remains on the run.
It is hoped a £1,000 reward will bring in new information.
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Mr Mackay's last known address was Eldred Drive, Great Cornard. Since his disappearance police have followed up more than 250 separate lines of inquiry and taken more than 80 statements.
Reports have placed him in Thailand, America, Germany and as close to home as Essex.
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