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CCTV shows missing Libby Squire outside club on night she vanished


New CCTV footage showing some of the last movements of missing student Libby Squire has emerged as police continue to search for the 21-year-old.

The Hull University student, who hails from High Wycombe, has now been missing for 12 days.

The footage, which has been passed to MailOnline, appears to show Libby unsteady on her feet walking towards the Welly Club in Beverley Road, Hull on Thursday January 31.

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Libby, circled, makes her way towards the nightclub for a student night on January 31 in icy conditions (Picture: Alex Hickson)
Libby Squire has now been missing for all of 12 days with no trace of her in sight (Picture:PA)

She arrived at the club at around 11.20pm with some of her friends.

However doormen turned her away, believing she was drunk.

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Minutes later, friends checked she was okay and waited until she got into a cab and was driven home.

Humberside Police told this website that the footage was part of the official investigation, but was not the most integral CCTV obtained as it showed Libby earlier on in the night.

She is later believed to have been sighted on a grainy looking video camera, on a bench at around 11.40pm, also in Beverley Road. This was after she had returned to the area – instead of going into her home in Wellesley Avenue when the taxi arrived.

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Police search through the undergrowth at Oak Road Playing Fields as the search for Libby Squire continues (Picture: SWNS)

The footage was passed to MailOnline by the owner of Lucas Properties, which is located next door to the Welly Club.

Business owner Lukasz Rybus told HullLive: ‘I couldn’t believe that we found her on our CCTV footage, I just want to help get this footage out in the public which shows her final movements before she disappeared.

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‘I really hope she is found, so she can be back with her friends and family.’

Detective Superintendent Matt Hutchinson said: ‘There have been 100s of hours of CCTV footage viewed as part of our investigation into the disappearance of Libby Squire.

‘There are various lines of enquiry we have investigated and are following up in connection to CCTV footage.

Libby Squire took a taxi back to her home but did not go inside, it is believed, and instead returned to the area of Beverley Road (Picture: PA)
Police officers remove items from Relowicz’s property in Raglan Street in Hull in connection with the disappearance of Libby(Picture: PA)

‘Our priority remains to find Libby and support her family during this incredibly distressing time. We continue to keep an open mind and would ask anyone who believes they have information that could assist with the investigation to please make contact with police.’

Police say that Pawel Relowicz, 24, continues to be a person of interest in the investigation.

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On Monday he appeared in court charged with a number of unrelated offences and pleaded not guilty to all of them.

The charges accuse him of masturbating in a public place, watching another person ‘doing a private act’ for his own sexual gratification, and stealing vibrators, sex toys, knickers, condoms, photographs and computer equipment from people’s homes.

The butcher had initially been arrested on suspicion of abducting Libby.

Meanwhile, letters have been sent to every resident where Relowicz lives, asking them to report anything ‘unusual’.

Detectives want to speak to anyone who noticed anything overnight between January 31 and February 1.





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