Prosecutors have told the family of Kevin Mcleod – found dead in Wick Harbour 22 years ago – it will be at least another month before a decision is made on whether further police action will be taken following new information provided by witnesses.
The parents of a 24-year-old man whose death remains unsolved have called for a rule change to prevent police officers from resigning or retiring before allegations of misconduct against them are resolved.
The family of electrician Kevin Mcleod last night demanded a murder probe be immediately launched – 21 years after police failed to act upon an order for such an investigation following his death at Wick Harbour.
The mother of a 24-year-old electrician who drowned at Wick Harbour – and who she believes was murdered – has made an emotional appeal to the First Minister to step in and help “find justice” for her son after 21 years.
A top level internal police probe has been launched by the Chief Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland into the handling of the mysterious death of a 24-year-old electrician at Wick Harbour 21 years ago.