Police Re-Appeal as Scott Fletcher's Family Face 13th Christmas Without Him
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Police are again appealing for information as Scott Fletcher’s family face their 13th Christmas without him.
Scott was 27-years-old when he went missing on May 11th 2011, and enquiries led police to launch a murder investigation in 2015.
Whilst Scott’s body has never been found, a number of arrests were made as part of the investigation but no further action was taken.
Scott’s family still have many unanswered questions and police are appealing for anyone with information regarding Scott’s disappearance and murder to come forward.
A Crimestoppers reward of £10,000 remains in place for those who come forward with information leading to convictions.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector Matt Hollingsworth, said: “Scott was a family man, he had young children at the time of his disappearance. His murder and subsequent years of not knowing what has happened to him have been torturous for his mum, Julie, his siblings, his children and his father who sadly passed away without knowing what happened to Scott.
“This nightmare has not ended for them and as they look to their 13th Christmas without Scott, we appeal again for answers from the community. Someone must know what happened to Scott and where his body is. I cannot imagine the pain the family have suffered, which is made worse by not knowing where he is. For whatever reason, if they feel they can’t come forward, then please speak to Crimestoppers anonymously and help put an end to the pain and suffering which Scott’s family have to endure every day.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or go online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.