The true story of London Metropolitan police detective Colin Sutton's manhunt for serial killer Levi Bellfield. Series 2, "The Night Stalker", sees Colin Sutton investigate the real life story of a notorious serial rapist who terrorised south east London.
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On 19th August 2004 French student Amelie Delagrange is found on Twickenham Green with fatal head injuries. Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton is tasked with leading the investigation. There is no forensic evidence from the attacker at the crime scene, and no apparent motive. But there has been a spate of similar violent attacks on young women in the area.
The episode was rated 7.57 from 432 votes.
Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton is tasked with reviewing Operation Minstead, an eleven-year, multi-million-pound enquiry to catch the `Night Stalker'.
The episode was rated 7.58 from 182 votes.
Colin Sutton and his team are trying to identify the white van they have discovered from an extensive trawl of CCTV images. But there are 25,000 possible vans that need to be checked and eliminated.
The episode was rated 7.62 from 425 votes.
The Force Tasking Group must decide whether to fund Colin's high stakes gamble. Not only is it expensive, but there's absolutely no guarantee it will work.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 160 votes.
Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton briefs the team in preparation for Bellfield’s arrest.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 404 votes.
Colin presents his review findings to DCS Hamish Campbell and suggests a strategy called `Minstead Lite'. But Hamish wants Colin to stay on to see this new approach through.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 162 votes.
The team are losing morale: it's highly unlikely Minstead Man will appear again after such a close call, and the surveillance may be cut short before they can catch their culprit.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 159 votes.
Last updated: feb 06, 2023
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