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Thursday, 20 January 2011

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Surprise emergence of the holdall/suitcase theory

Bristol - (Rest-in-Pizza): Police have said a large holdall or suitcase may be involved in the Jo Yeates murder case.

Whether the killer - or killers - got the idea from recent news coverage of the Gareth Williams spy-in-the-bag murder case is not yet apparent.

Red top reports today have focused on the young woman's body being 'stuffed inside some sort of hold-all' before being taken away from her Canynge Road apartment.

The development comes amid reports that an unnamed 32 year-old male has been arrested in a 5am raid.

Speculation is rife that he might be a fellow architectural worker, an old Jo flame or possibly even a former student from Bristol University.

Neither Jo nor the unnamed suspect has been actually linked to the MI6 cryptographer's death in August last year, which remains on the police's unsolved list.

An update is expected shortly.

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