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WATCH: Son of killed Nairn bank worker appeals for people to come forward


By Andrew Dixon

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The son of bank worker Alistair Wilson, who was shot dead on the doorstep of his home in Nairn, believes he could get some form of closure if someone brings forward key information to catch his dad's killer.

As the 16th anniversary of the killing approaches, Mr Wilson’s son Andrew, who was aged four at the time, has appealed for help following the death in November 2004.

"No family should suffer the way that we have all these years," he said.

"Nothing can bring my dad back but knowing who did this and why would give myself and my family the closure that we deserve."

Related article: Son of murdered Nairn bank worker Alistair Wilson speaks for first time in new appeal for information; Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team continues to review and investigate Highland case



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