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Trial announced for Vicky accused

Vicky Hamilton
The body of Vicky Hamilton was found at a house in Margate last year

The man accused of murdering schoolgirl Vicky Hamilton more than 17 years ago is expected to go on trial in November.

The body of the 15-year-old, from Redding near Falkirk, was found last year in the garden of a house in Kent.

She had last been seen waiting for a bus in Bathgate, West Lothian, in February 1991.

Peter Tobin, 61, was arrested and made a brief court appearance, in private, last November. Plans are now under way for a trial in Dundee.

The details emerged during a hearing in Edinburgh about an alleged contempt of court.

IPC Media were brought to court over an article carried by their magazines Woman and Woman's Own which mentioned Peter Tobin.


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