In this week’s Express we report how the family of murdered Castleford market trader Molly Wright has hired a former CID chief to help prove the man convicted of her murder is innocent.
David Hill was jailed for life in 2008 for the murder of his 73-year-old mother-in-law, who was bludgeoned to death in her Airedale home.
The family is now offering a £12,000 reward for any information leading to the release of Hill and has enlisted the help of former West Yorkshire Police detective chief superintendent Andy Brown.
Also in the news:
– Castleford youngsters will be targeted as part of a £90,000 scheme to crack down on binge and underage drinking.
– Bosses at Featherstone Rovers have submitted plans to increase capacity at the club’s stadium.
– Artistic youngsters are putting the finishing touches to a new £5m youth centre in Airedale designed to bring together teenagers from across the Five Towns.
– Castleford Tigers have been plunged into a half-back crisis ahead of Sunday’s Super League match at Hull Kingston Rovers.
– Featherstone coach Daryl Powell has ruled out any chance of complacency when Rovers host bottom team York City Knights at Bigfellas Stadium on Saturday.
– Action photographs and reaction from Featherstone’s Championship win at Batley Bulldogs last weekend.
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