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Police: Suspect No 1

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Episode 4: Police: Suspect No 1

Summary

The team in Norwich gathers evidence about a single-punch attack that has left a man with a serious brain injury, but no witnesses are willing to come forward to identify the culprit. In another incident, a pensioner is allegedly attacked and robbed just outside a betting shop, but, once again no-one present can identify the person responsible.
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“Sometimes what has happened is blatantly obvious,” says the bulldog-like DI Chris Burgess of Norwich CID. “It’s clear what the truth is, but due to a lack of supporting evidence, we can’t prove it… The devil’s in the detail.”

But at least the big picture in this week’s case seems clear: an unprovoked attack on a side street in broad daylight. CCTV has captured it all in distressing detail – a suspect emerges from a pub and fells another man with one haymaker of a punch.

The victim tumbles to the pavement and sustains injuries that leave him in hospital for 12 days with a bleed to the brain. The question is, can police pin it on the suspect they believe to be on the CCTV?

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Credits

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rolename
DirectorPiers Sanderson
Executive producerXander Brinkworth
Executive producerMalcolm Brinkworth
ProducerPiers Sanderson
Series directorDollan Cannell
Series producerDollan Cannell

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  • Episode 4

    Police: Suspect No 1

    Summary

    The team in Norwich gathers evidence about a single-punch attack that has left a man with a serious brain injury, but no witnesses are willing to come forward to identify the culprit. In another incident, a pensioner is allegedly attacked and robbed just outside a betting shop, but, once again no-one present can identify the person responsible.
    Recommended

    Review

    “Sometimes what has happened is blatantly obvious,” says the bulldog-like DI Chris Burgess of Norwich CID. “It’s clear what the truth is, but due to a lack of supporting evidence, we can’t prove it… The devil’s in the detail.”

    But at least the big picture in this week’s case seems clear: an unprovoked attack on a side street in broad daylight. CCTV has captured it all in distressing detail – a suspect emerges from a pub and fells another man with one haymaker of a punch.

    The victim tumbles to the pavement and sustains injuries that leave him in hospital for 12 days with a bleed to the brain. The question is, can police pin it on the suspect they believe to be on the CCTV?

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorPiers Sanderson
    Executive producerXander Brinkworth
    Executive producerMalcolm Brinkworth
    ProducerPiers Sanderson
    Series directorDollan Cannell
    Series producerDollan Cannell
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