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Police offer ‘heartfelt apology’ to families of Peter Sutcliffe victims

West Yorkshire chief constable apologises for failings in serial killer investigation

West Yorkshire police has offered a “heartfelt apology” to the surviving victims and families of Peter Sutcliffe, the serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, who has died.

Sutcliffe, once one of the most feared criminals in the country, died aged 74 after reportedly refusing treatment for coronavirus. His killing rampage across Yorkshire and Manchester from 1975 to 1980 terrified northern England and sparked a huge manhunt and a botched police inquiry.

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