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Last Updated: Thursday, 27 October 2005, 12:26 GMT 13:26 UK
CCTV appeal over murdered widow
CCTV still of Nora Tait
Police hope the CCTV image will jog people's memories
Detectives investigating the murder of Hexthorpe pensioner Nora Tait have released CCTV images captured in what they believe were her last hours alive.

The 69-year-old was found bludgeoned to death at her home in Stone Close Avenue on 13 October but police believe she died the day before.

Nora is pictured at Doncaster Royal Infirmary less than two hours before police think she was killed.

Officers urged anyone who may have seen her at that time to contact them.

Det Supt Kevin Hardy said: "We're still trying to piece together exactly where she went and what she did on that fateful day.

"Anyone coming forward may be able to help us fill in the gaps and ultimately to find her killer."




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