Sally McGrath's body 'found by chance in woods'


More than 30 years ago the body of a 22-year-old woman was found by chance by a gamekeeper in woodland near Peterborough.

Look East's John Kiddey, in a report from 1980, looks at the Cambridgeshire Police investigation following the discovery of Sally McGrath's remains.

Her killer, Paul Taylor, now aged 60, from Hampshire, has been convicted of her murder following a cold case inquiry.

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