Friday 1 May 2015


Centre - Joyce Cox. Bottom - her brother Dennis. Top - her cousin Alan Phillips.

In 1939, in Cardiff in the UK, four-year-old Joyce Cox went missing on her way home from school.

Her body was found next to a railway line.

She had been sexually assaulted and murdered.

Her killer has never been caught.

Joyce's brother Dennis never forgave himself for letting Joyce out of his sight as they walked home.

Joyce's family accuse London's Metropolitan Police of a 'cover-up'.

London's Metropolitan Police had been drafted in to help the South Wales Police.

The police refuse to release the files on the case until 2040 because it would be unfair to the mystery suspect.

Police file on murdered four-year-old Joyce Cox 'must remain secret until 2040'

"The police were expected to 'yield an early result' after seven-year-old schoolboy Allan Lloyd told detectives he saw Joyce walking with an 'old looking' man in black suit."

Family's 75-year quest for answers .

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At 28 April 2015 at 02:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 28 April 2015 at 02:31 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 3 October 2017 at 20:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is not something to be writing on a blog, please take this down. This is my family you’re talking about. We did not request for information.

At 4 October 2017 at 07:26 , Blogger Anon said...

Victoria tried to find out more about what happened from South Wales Police using the Freedom of Information Act.


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