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Fears 'Croydon Cat Killer' has moved to Brighton after the deaths of 25 pets

fears 'croydon cat killer' has moved to brighton after the deaths of 25 pets
It's thought at total of 25 cats have been killed in Brighton in the past 18 months
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Fears Croydon Cat Killer has returned after pets found dead in Dartford, Eltham and Bromley

fears croydon cat killer has returned after pets found dead in dartford, eltham and bromley
Operation Takahe was launched in November 2015 and ran for three years
Canterbury Times - Published Also reported by •Folkestone HeraldThanet GazetteKent and Sussex CourierDover ExpressSevenoaks Chronicle

Croydon Cat Killer: Scotland Yard spent more than £8k on pet post-mortems

croydon cat killer: scotland yard spent more than £8k on pet post-mortems
The force's three-year probe was closed earlier this year after officers concluded foxes were responsible for mutilating the animals. More than 2,000 man hours were spent on the probe.
MailOnline - Published

More than 2,000 police hours spent on Croydon cat killer investigation

more than 2,000 police hours spent on croydon cat killer investigation
The investigation concluded earlier this year with police blaming foxes for the deaths and mutilations
Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser - Published Also reported by •Surrey Mirror

Scotland Yard spent more than £8k on post-mortems for pets over Croydon Cat Killer

scotland yard spent more than £8k on post-mortems for pets over croydon cat killer
The force's three-year probe was closed earlier this year after officers concluded foxes were responsible for mutilating the animals. More than 2,000 man hours were spent on the probe.
MailOnline - Published

Met Police spent £130,000 and 2,250 hours over two years hunting the Croydon cat killer, figures reveal


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Seven cat attacks in Brighton 'not linked to Croydon Cat Killer'

seven cat attacks in brighton 'not linked to croydon cat killer'
South Norwood Animal Rescue Liberty (SNARL) continue to hunt for who they suspect has killed hundreds of animals
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Cat stabbings investigation launched in Brighton by Sussex Police following seven attacks

Animal charity investigating 'Croydon cat killer' deaths say Brighton attacks seem unconnected
Independent - Published

'Now police are out the way we will find the Croydon Cat Killer'

'now police are out the way we will find the croydon cat killer'
The co-founder of SNARL says the hunt for a man he believes has killed hundreds of animals is still very much on
Croydon Advertiser - Published

'Don't let your pets out at night' - Carshalton vet warns owners as mutilated cat found

'don't let your pets out at night' - carshalton vet warns owners as mutilated cat found
Police closed the Croydon Cat Killer case but campaigners still fear animals are being killed by a human
Croydon Advertiser - Published

'Croydon Cat Killer' mutilated popular neighbourhood car and not foxes, says heartbroken pensioner

'croydon cat killer' mutilated popular neighbourhood car and not foxes, says heartbroken pensioner
Ginger was found with no ears and no tail
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Pet owners say they have proof Croydon cat killer is a human

pet owners say they have proof croydon cat killer is a human
After police spent three years hunting the Croydon cat killer, they said it was a fox whodunnit. But now pet owners and vets have macabre evidence they say proves the real killer is on the loose.
MailOnline - Published

Kent Police is still investigating 'Croydon Cat Killer' despite Met Police saying it doesn't exist

kent police is still investigating 'croydon cat killer' despite met police saying it doesn't exist
"It has still not been established who owned the animal and how it sustained its injuries"
Thanet Gazette - Published Also reported by •Canterbury TimesDover ExpressFolkestone HeraldKent and Sussex CourierSevenoaks Chronicle

Thousands sign petition calling for Metropolitan Police to reopen Croydon Cat Killer case

thousands sign petition calling for metropolitan police to reopen croydon cat killer case
Nearly 17,000 have so far signed the petition
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Croydon Cat Killer: Streatham vet believe police 'incorrect' to close investigation and say killer remains at large

croydon cat killer: streatham vet believe police 'incorrect' to close investigation and say killer remains at large
Police have ruled out the idea of a serial animal killer at large - but a vets in Streatham disagrees
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Addlestone Pet owner furious after investigation into 'Croydon Cat Killer' closed

The killer was believed to be responsible for more than 300 animal deaths since October 2015
Surrey Mirror - Published Also reported by •Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser

An Ashford cat owner has demanded the police re-opens its 'Croydon Cat Killer' investigation

an ashford cat owner has demanded the police re-opens its 'croydon cat killer' investigation
The Metropolitan Police's three year investigation into the mutilations concluded they were the work of  foxes scavenging roadkill 
Folkestone Herald - Published Also reported by •Canterbury TimesDover ExpressSevenoaks ChronicleThanet GazetteKent and Sussex Courier

Owners of 'murdered' pets furious at police for ending Croydon Cat Killer investigation

owners of 'murdered' pets furious at police for ending croydon cat killer investigation
Owners of cats who were thought to have been killed by a human have talked about the injuries which they cannot believe were caused by vehicles or foxes
Croydon Advertiser - Published

'Foxes don't carry knives' - SNARL founder promises to keep searching for Croydon Cat Killer

Tony Jenkins has spoken for the first time about the police decision to end their investigation into the mysterious deaths of pets in and around Croydon
Croydon Advertiser - Published

Furious animal lovers accuse Croydon cat killer police of trying to tarnish the reputation of foxes

Cat owners challenge police conclusion that scavenging foxes were the culprits, as petition starts to demand they re-open their investigation
Independent - Published

Croydon cat killer: Animal rescue group SNARL to continue search

croydon cat killer: animal rescue group snarl to continue search
BBC Local News: London -- A rescue centre that worked along side the Met Police says it has the expertise to continue alone.
BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •BBC News

Met police 'spent £500,000' on three-year Croydon Cat Killer probe

South London charity SNARL said they would continue the hunt themselves after police ended a three-year inquiry saying no human killer existed. Pictured: Ukiyo, one of the mutilated cats.
MailOnline - Published

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