How Mottram community is coping after police murders


Dale Cregan is starting his whole-life sentence for four murders, including those of two police officers in Greater Manchester.

PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes were killed in a gun and grenade attack in Mottram as they answered a bogus 999 call made by Cregan on 18 September last year.

BBC Home Affairs Correspondent Chris Buckler returned to Mottram to see how the community is coping in the aftermath of the killings.

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