The Perfect murder? – CAPTAIN SHERLOCK VISITS GARETH WILLIAMS MURDER SCENE IN CHAPTER 10
Source: London Evening Standard
Is the death of spy Gareth Williams the perfect murder?
Justin Davenport, Crime Editor
IT is nearly two weeks since the body of MI6 code-breaker Gareth Williams was found padlocked in a sports bag in his flat, and normally by now police would be hoping to make an announcement of an arrest.
Scotland Yard detectives have been working closely with MI6 agents to uncover the truth about how the maths genius and cipher expert was found dead, apparently without a single mark on his body.
Yet, far from nearing a breakthrough in the inquiry, the Standard understands that detectives are increasingly frustrated at the course the investigation is taking.
In a twist that could come from the plot of a Sherlock Holmes story, it is understood that officers can find no obvious sign that anyone else was in the flat at the time of his death.