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Libby Squire: Oak Road CCTV appeal in search for Hull student

BBC News Tuesday, 19 February 2019
Libby Squire: Oak Road CCTV appeal in search for Hull studentSearches have taken place on land and in a lake near her home, with the CCTV showing people near where she was last seen.
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