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Pictures Of British Spy Gareth Williams’ Last Known Movements And Full Police Statement

by | 6th, September 2010

POLICE have relesed images of MI6 worker Gareth Williams’ last know movements. The Metropolitan Police CCTV images show Gareth Williams at Holland Park Tube station on August 14 2010.

The British code-breaker’s decomposing body was found padlocked shut in a holdall in his bath at his Pimlico flat.

Police have yet to open a murder enquiry.

We can only conclude from that fact that suicide has not been ruled out…

The police have issued a statement. Here it is in full:

“Mr Williams returned to the UK from a planned holiday in the US on Wednesday 11th August 2010. On his return we have established from CCTV enquiries, that on a number of occasions he was shopping in the West End and Knightsbridge areas.

“The CCTV images are of Mr Williams on Saturday 14.08.10 at approx 3pm entering Holland Park underground station.

“On Sunday 15.08.10 Mr Williams was shopping in Brompton Road, SW7. He went to a cash machine, and then into Harrods. At approx 2.30pm CCTV images show him in Hans Crescent, SW1 heading towards Sloane Street, near to the Dolce and Gabbana store. He was wearing a red t shirt, beige trousers, and white trainers. Mr Williams was approx 5″7, with short hair and of a muscular build.

“Officers are also appealing for information to identify a man and a woman, both of Mediterranean appearance, aged between 20 – 30 years old, who called at 36 Alderney Street in June or July, late one evening. They were let into the communal front door.

“Mr Williams was found in his flat at Flat 4, 36 Alderney Street, Pimlico, SW1 on 23.08.10 by uniformed officers. There was no sign of any forced entry to the property, and no signs of disturbance inside.

“Mr Williams was found unclothed, in a zipped and padlocked red North Face holdall which was in an empty bath in the en suite bathroom.

“We do not believe there is any property missing from the flat. There is no suggestion the items within the flat were specifically posed. No drugs, or indications of drug usage were recovered.

“A post mortem held at Westminster Mortuary on 25.08.10 established no obvious cause of death.

“Extensive forensic tests at the flat in Alderney Street and from the samples taken at the post mortem continue.

“Initial indications from the toxicology examinations show no trace of any alcohol or routine or recreational drugs. Testing for any other substance continues.

“Detective Chief Inspector Jacqueline Sebire, Homicide and Serious Crime Command leading the investigation said: ‘I would appeal to anyone who may have seen, or had contact with Gareth in the period between 11th and 23rd August to come forward and speak with us at the Incident Room on 0208 358 0200, or to remain anonymous Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. This remains a complex unexplained death enquiry.'”


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