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Strangler Steve Wright was arrested for the murder of 17-year-old Victoria Hall.
Victoria Hall was last seen on September 19, 1999, after a night out with friends at a nightclub in Felixstowe, Suffolk.
But the teenager never returned home with her body discovered five days later in a water-filled ditch 25 miles away near Stowmarket.
Police investigating the unsolved murder of Victoria Hall from Suffolk, which took place over 20 years ago, have made a new arrest.
17 year old Victoria was last seen alive in the early hours of Sunday 19 September 1999:https://t.co/ok3OUC65z1
— ITV News Anglia (@itvanglia) July 28, 2021
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Victoria Hall was 17 years old.
None of his clothes or belongings were ever found. Wright, a former QE2 shop steward, was living in the area at the time.
In 2008 he was convicted of the murders of five s*x workers in the Ipswich area which took place between October 30 and December 10, 2006. He admitted to having s*x with the women but denied having murdered them.
He was found guilty by Ipswich Crown Court of the five murders on February 21, 2008 and was sentenced to life imprisonment the next day. It was recommended that he never be released.
Schoolgirl Victoria, who was studying for her baccalaureate at Orwell High School, Felixstowe, had not been s*xually assaulted.
In November 2001, a businessman was cleared of his murder after a two-week trial at Norwich Crown Court. A new investigation was launched in 2019 after new evidence was discovered.
Victoria was walking home from the Bandbox nightclub with her best friend Gemma Algar in the early hours of the morning when she disappeared.
The couple had stopped for a takeout before saying goodbye at 2:30 a.m., just 300 yards from Victoria’s home. Unseen CCTV was released as part of the new murder investigation as Victoria enjoys her night out with Gemma.
Speaking in 2019, Victoria’s father Graham said: “They’re scrutinizing these calls, but it’s a laborious thing.
“It gives us hope. Remember, it’s been 20 years, it’s a long time, but there is still hope.”
Last year Detective Chief Superintendent Eamonn Bridger said: “We still think there are people who will know something very important about this matter, but still haven’t told us. “It is never too late to come forward and we are ready to answer their call.