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At least 80 people contacted UK police over Fuller’s case

20:34, 05 November 2021
At least 80 people contacted UK police over Fuller’s case Photo: Sergei Bulkin/NEWS.ru

Following David Fuller’s confession of sexually assaulting dozens of corpses and killing Caroline Pierce and Wendy Knell in 1987 the police published a statement where it asked people who may have any  to provide information on the case. 


"The Operation Sandpiper team are working to identify any further victims and specialist officers will contact families who may be directly affected by this case privately,” the police said in a statement.

"If you have any information about the case, please contact the Operation Sandpiper contact centre on 0800 051 5270 or email [email protected]," it continued. 

Over 80 people have already informed the police with new details concerning Fuller’s case.

The police itself has contacted the families of Fuller’s victims who were identified and is providing them with support. 

Fuller has sexually assaulted dozens of women whose ages range from six till 100 and documented it by taking pictures and videos.

His crimes took place in a mortuary where he had been working and therefore the National Health Service has ordered health trusts to increase security across mortuaries in the UK.