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Last Updated: Thursday, 4 December, 2003, 11:48 GMT
Screensavers aid murder hunt
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Florence Seccombe died from a single stab wound
Police investigating the murder of an elderly woman in Plymouth are using public computers at libraries to appeal for information.

A screensaver is being used in all libraries across Devon and Cornwall, detailing the appeals for information into the murder of Flo Seccombe, 69, at Bretonside Bus Station.

Police hope that it will reach people who do not monitor the news or local papers.

Ms Seccombe died after being stabbed in the neck during the early hours of 18 October.

10,000 reward

A police spokesman said: "The investigation is progressing well and we are following up all relevant information from members of the public.

"We continue to appeal to the public to come forward with any information they have.

"We are yet to trace the male seen running from the scene and still appeal to him to come forward."

The reward of up to 10,000 remains in place for anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of an offender.

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