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Police Scotland remain 'committed' to finding murderer of Nairn man Alistair Wilson

By Philip Murray

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Alistair Wilson.
Alistair Wilson.

POLICE investigating the murder of Nairn man Alistair Wilson 19 years ago say they remain "committed" to finding his killer.

They were speaking after reports that an unnamed suspect in the case has been jailed for an unconnected case involving the supply of drugs.

Asked if the suspect, a man who has never been named, had indeed been imprisoned this week on unrelated matters, officers refused to confirm or deny the reports.

But they did issue a statement saying they were continuing to investigate the case, and appealing for any new information.

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Detective Chief Inspector Graham Smith said: "The investigation into the murder of Alistair Wilson is active and we continue to investigate any new information we receive.

"It cannot be stressed often enough that this crime has left a family devastated and Police Scotland is committed to finding the answers for them and bringing the offender to justice.

"Anyone with information that could help our investigation can contact the enquiry team through 101 or email SCDHOLMESAberdeen@scotland.police.uk."

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