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Friday, 28 January 2011

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The call came from an unidentified woman in a Dutch weed cafe

Holland - (Double Dutch): Detectives believe a Dutch female may have supplied the vital clue that grassed up Jo Yeates suspect Vincent Tabak.

The confidential call came from Amsterdam's Carlos Castenada Coffeshop, just off Leidseplein, from an unspecified ex-wife, former girlfriend or possibly one-time slag - er...shag! - undercover reporter with-the-rizlas said today.

Interpol is however refusing to speculate on the snitch's ID pending response from a highly dubious and extremely unofficial telephone wiretap by a friendly...er .. ok, it's Mossad! ... foreign intelligence agency.

No News of the World sources are believed to be involved!

The reaction at Bristol Police's Murder Room has seen detectives question if this mystery 'Madame X' once had intimate carnal knowledge of Vincent Tabak, the accused killer in the Jo Yeates case.

"Of course, it might be a nutter," Supt Arfur Branecell said today, "but she was right about the tattoos, so we grabbed Tabak in a 3am swoop."

Christopher Jefferies is still 69.

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