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Police issue new appeal over 1997 murder of schoolgirl Kate Bushell


Police investigating the savage murder of a 14 year old schoolgirl 25 years ago, say they have received more than 40 pieces of new information.

Detectives are now working on the new lines of enquiry following their 25th anniversary appeal over the brutal murder of Kate Bushell.

She was killed on Saturday November 15, 1997, as she walked a neighbour’s dog near her family home in Exwick, Exeter, Devon.

Her body was found in a field off Exwick Lane and her throat had been cut. Her father found her body after raising the alarm.

Kate Bushell, 14, was killed on Saturday November 15, 1997, as she walked a neighbour's dog near her family home in Exwick, Exeter, Devon

Kate Bushell, 14, was killed on Saturday November 15, 1997, as she walked a neighbour’s dog near her family home in Exwick, Exeter, Devon

The schoolgirl's body was found dumped in a field near her home. A post-mortem revealed her killer had slit her throat

The schoolgirl’s body was found dumped in a field near her home. A post-mortem revealed her killer had slit her throat

The schoolgirl had died from a catastrophic injury to her neck caused by a blade at least six inches long. 

Devon and Cornwall Police’s major crime team renewed their appeal for information as…



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