A crack squad of retired senior detectives has been assembled to investigate “every avenue” surrounding the unsolved death of a north man.
Detectives from an external force instructed to carry out a cold case probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod are to meet his family.
Kevin Mcleod: Family has waited 500 days for response into why case was not treated as murder – as instructed
The family of 24-year-old Kevin Mcleod - who died in mystery circumstances at Wick Harbour 22 years ago - is seeking the personal intervention of the Scottish Police Authority chairwoman after waiting an astonishing 500 days for a response into the failure to investigate the tragedy as murder.
Kevin Mcleod death: Parents meet former Lord Advocate investigating the handling of police complaints
A high-profile former lord advocate carrying out a major police complaints-handling probe yesterday met the parents of Kevin McLeod, who died in mysterious circumstances at a Highland harbour.
Kevin Mcleod investigation: Second fatal accident inquiry could be held into circumstances of Highland man’s death
A second fatal accident inquiry could be held into the circumstances of a mysterious death of a 24-year-old man Caithness man.
Senior cops roles in Kevin Mcleod case should be probed by new independent external review, say family
The family of Kevin Mcleod has called for the external investigation into his “unexplained” death to probe the handling of the case by each former chief constable and deputy involved.
A devastated Caithness couple who believe their 25-year-old son was murdered are demanding police chiefs order an external probe into the case at a crunch meeting later this year.
Delight for parents as police admit investigation into death of Wick electrician ‘fell short’ as independent review ordered
Police in England will carry out an independent investigation into the "unexplained" death of a north man more than 20 years ago.
Police Scotland has asked for an independent review into the death of a man whose body was recovered from Wick Harbour more than 20 years ago.
Former Lord Advocate Elish Angolini to meet Kevin Mcleod’s parents in review over police complaints handling
A high profile former Lord Advocate carrying out a major police complaints handling probe is to meet the parents of Kevin Mcleod, who died in mysterious circumstances at a Highland harbour.
Detectives have not yet interviewed a potential key eye-witness in connection to the “unexplained” death of a 24-year-old man at a Highland harbour 22 years ago - sparking fury from his family.
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 findings of the latest police probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod in Caithness is still being considered by the Crown Office – six months after being submitted by detectives.
The findings of the latest police probe into the “unexplained” death of Kevin Mcleod in Caithness are still being considered by the Crown Office – six months after being submitted by detectives.
The heartbroken mum of Kevin Mcleod last night described her “living nightmare” on the 22nd anniversary of her son’s death at Wick Harbour.
The family of a man whose death at Wick Harbour 21 years ago remains unexplained have expressed “frustration at inaction” four months after police filed a new report on the case to the Crown Office.
The mother of Kevin Mcleod – whose death at Wick Harbour 21 years ago remains “unexplained” – has sent a festive card to the Lord Advocate seeking “justice” for the family this Christmas.
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.
Parents of Kevin Mcleod ‘devastated’ by delay in probe to discover why police didn’t follow instruction to treat his death as a murder
The parents of a 24-year-old man found dead in a harbour 21 years ago are “devastated” by a delay in a probe to discover why police failed to act on an instruction to treat the death as murder.
A Highland family who believe their son was killed 21 years ago have been told to “remain strong and fight for justice” by the heartbroken mum of murdered London teenager Stephen Lawrence.
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 heartbroken parents of tragic Kevin Mcleod who drowned at Wick Harbour 21 years ago have lodged a complaint against the Chief Inspector of Constabulary with the Justice Secretary.
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.
A new witness has come forward and described a “commotion and scuffling” at Wick Harbour moments before 24-year-old Kevin McLeod entered the water and drowned.
Kevin McLeod’s parents are now demanding a public inquiry or an investigation by an outside force following the unreserved apology from Police Scotland’s acting chief.
The family of a man whose body was recovered from Wick Harbour more than 20 years ago have received a personal apology from Police Scotland Deputy Chief Constable Iain Livingstone.
A Moray mother's hopes for a fresh inquiry into her son's death have been raised after a decades-old case in the north was reopened.
Kevin McLeod was in good health when he left his parent's home at 10pm on Friday, February 7, 1997.
Police chiefs have ordered a new inquiry into the mysterious death of a Highland man two decades ago.
Chief Constable Phil Gormley has ordered a fresh review into the unexplained death of a man in Wick Harbour almost 20 years ago.