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Monday, 17 January 2011

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No sign of Jo's dinner despite a massive police trawl

Bristol - (Crimebotch): Did Jo Yeates really return home with her food shopping - or were her coat, boots, mobile phone and keys 'planted' by an evil killer and/or accomplice who then helped themselves to her TV dinner?

A Crimebotch reconstruction this week will trace tragic Jo's last steps as she made her way home in the freezing snow.

Officially the police probe has focused on the murder being carried out inside the landscape architect's rented flat.

But the absence of her pizza and two bottles of cider is a peculiar oddity that's defying rational conjecture.

This week new angles from police 'crackers' have suggested Jo may have been killed in a vehicle after accepting a lift home - from a 'deranged' neighbor, perhaps.

Such a deception - dumping her personal belongings in the flat - would have aided a cover-up over her tragic last moments alive.

"We'd be talking conspiracy to pervert in addition to murder," Bristol police sources commented today as preparations for the tv reconstruction gathered pace.

The killer - or killers - remain at large.

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