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Crime-Solving / England / Television #242322

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 01, 1976
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(Studio) television viewers help solve crimes in England.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(London, England) Part of "Junior Police 5" and "Police 5" hosted by Shaw Taylor shown. Viewers asked to call police with details of crimes they witness. Shows often reenact crimes to jog memories. Show began 14 years ago. At 1st, Scotland Yard wanted policeman to narrate show. [TAYLOR - says he bridges gap between police and public.] [Scotland Yard David RANGECROFT - says people understand police because of show.] [TAYLOR - notes clue for viewers.] Police take calls after each show. Taylor quite popular.
REPORTER: Susan Peterson

Mudd, Roger;
Peterson, Susan

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