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Police call on taxi drivers to check dashcam footage in relation to Ava White murder

Updated: Dec 2, 2021

Image credit : Pixabay / Merseyside Police

Merseyside Police and Liverpool City Council are asking taxi drivers who may have been in the area of the Hanover Street taxi rank to check all dashcam footage in a bid to help with the murder enquiry of Ava White.

Liverpool City Council have posted a tweet saying: "Murder Enquiry - Assistance Required for Merseyside Police.

"Any driver in the area of the Hanover Street taxi rank at approximately 20:35 on 25th November 2021, who have dash cam footage in their cab to get in touch with us via the public link in the next tweet."

Police believe that Ava and her friends had been involved in a verbal argument which culminated in Ava being assaulted causing catastrophic injuries. They understand that the offenders were then seen to run up School Lane across Hanover Street and on to Fleet Street.

Four males have been arrested, one aged 13 years, two aged 14 years and one aged 15 from Toxteth, on suspicion of murder and they are currently being interviewed at police stations on Merseyside.

Liverpool City Centre was very busy at the time of the incident as the lights on the Christmas tree on Church Street had been officially switched on a short while earlier and the police are appealing to anyone who was on Church Street who saw the incident, or may even have captured it on their mobile phone, to come forward.


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