Warrington victim's father calls for public help

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The father of Tim Parry, the 12-year-old Warrington bomb victim, appealed to the public for help in catching the IRA killers of his son and three-year-old Johnathan Ball. Colin Parry said: 'People like this have just got to be caught.'

Det Supt Les Lee said that police were following 450 separate lines of inquiry. From a mass of descriptions, video and film evidence, they had sightings of 15 to 20 people who could have been acting suspiciously around the time the two bombs are thought to have been planted 10 days ago.