Rikki was seen ‘after suspect was back in home’

Murdered schoolboy Rikki Neave was allegedly seen by an estate resident with no top, socks or shoes on the evening he went missing, a court heard. James Watson, 40, is accused of strangling six-year-old Rikki in Peterborough in November 1994, before stripping and posing his body in a ‘star shape’. The prosecution allege that Rikki was killed on the morning of Monday 28 November before Watson returned to Woodgates Children’s Home that afternoon. As part of his defence case Watson…

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