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Missing link: fingerprint & DNA matches unveiled in Claremont trial

Details over the lead-up to the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards have been revealed on the second day of his trial.

Mr Edwards is accused of killing Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer, and Ciara Glennon in the mid 1990s — he’s pleaded not guilty to all three.

Police came to pursue the 50-year-old following a series of fingerprint and DNA matches in early December 2016.

He was arrested later that month after police found a discarded soft drink bottle, matching it to Mr Edwards.

6PR reporter Lindsay Brennan told Gareth Parker the court heard during a six-hour police interview… he denied ever knowing the three murdered women – or frequenting the Claremont area – prosecutors arguing that’s a lie.

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