THE family of murdered pensioner Edith Stuart will appear on television tonight in a desperate bid to catch her killer.
The 96-year-old’s daughters – Shirley Fish, from Poulton and Jean Worgan – will tell BBC’s Crimewatch about the tragic night their mother’s bed was set on fire as she slept at Cleveleys Park Rest Home in Cleveleys.
Police launched a murder investigation following the fatal fire on October 18 last year.
But her killer has yet to be brought to justice.
Mrs Worgan, 67, from Northhampton, said: “We found it difficult, but we hope someone says something after watching it.
“Someone must know. Maybe a relative or friend has noticed something – a change in someone, maybe they’ve changed their attitudes or ways.
“Surely they couldn’t do such a terrible thing and not feel it or show it.
“Hopefully people will contact the police with more information.”
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