The tragic murders of Olivia Pratt-Korbel, Ashley Dale and Sam Rimmer have sent shockwaves through our communities in Merseyside. This is not a time for those who know who carried out these crimes to stay quiet, we must stand together and bring these criminals to justice.
There is no place for gang activity, drug dealing, firearms or those carrying knives, and those who use them and bring fear to our communities. We need members of the public to speak up and come forward with information so we can keep our streets safe.
The investigation into Olivia's tragic murder is ongoing and we still need to build up a strong evidential picture so that we can bring those responsible to justice.
The family of Olivia have released a video of Olivia with her Dad at a Christmas Market in Liverpool city centre. You can read tributes from her mum and her dad here and here.
If you live or work in the areas these horrific crimes occurred, please take the time to check your CCTV, car dash-cam or doorbell footage. You may hold vital information that can assist with our enquiries. To submit any footage you feel may help us, please click here.
You can also report any information anonymously via Crimestoppers. This can be made either via a telephone call or online. Your IP address and location are not tracked. To submit information anonymously online please click here.
If you prefer to speak with someone please call the Crimestopper's freephone number 0800 555 111. All calls are treated with the strictest confidence - your call is not recorded nor traced.
Please click to view the Crimestopper's website for further information on how you can help in the fight against gun and knife crime.
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