Cops’ appeal over murder of great-gran
COPS investigating the unsolved murder of a great-grandmother have appealed for an anonymous caller to get in touch.
South Yorks Police said they believe the man may have info that could help solve the murder of Nora Tait ( above), 69.
Det Ch Insp Craig Robinson also said he was still keen to trace a door-to-door food salesman, known locally as “knock-off lad”, and appealed for the author of a cryptic Christmas card received by police in 2009 to come forward.
Mrs Tait was found dead with her skull bashed in at her home in Hexthorpe, Doncaster, on October 13, 2005.
It’s believed she was killed the previous day after going to a nearby takeaway to buy fish and chips, which lay untouched in her home.
Mr Robinson said: “I hope this appeal will result in new information to solve this murder.”