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Sunday, 18 July 2010

image for Scotland to be dismantled in search for Tobin victims
No kilt will be left unturned in police hunt

Police sources today revealed that they are planning a major operation in Scotland in the search for victims of serial killer Peter Tobin.

Tobin is thought to have started his killing career in the Scottish city of Glasgow in the 1960's as the infamous "Bible John" and may have killed up to a million women.

"This is a major investigation" revealed our police source, "but it important to trace any possible remains that may be attributed to Tobins ghastly reign of terror"

Work will start next week to dismantle Edinburgh castle "stone by stone" in the hunt for victims. This will be followed by the dismantling of the Cairngorm Mountains, which will be flattened whilst work progresses, the complete draining of Loch Ness, and the moving of the Queens residence Balmoral as part of the search.

Our police source stated, "This will be a major undertaking, however we will not rest until we have searched and dismantled every inch of Scotland for possible Tobin victims"

"The people of Scotland can rest assured that we plan to put everything back to its original state following the search - With the possible exception of the towns of Cumbernauld and Peterhead which I am sure no one will miss"

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