Bexley Police forensics competition winner announced

PUBLISHED: 11:59 26 November 2013 | UPDATED: 11:59 26 November 2013

Bexley borough commader Superintendent Peter Ayling with Megan Sheppard

Bexley borough commader Superintendent Peter Ayling with Megan Sheppard


The winner of the Bexley Police Open Day forensics competition has been presented with her award.

Nine year old Megan Sheppard from Plumstead was presented with a framed certificate and an Argos voucher after successfully following a trail of clues and finding fingerprints, enabling her to solve the crime posed during Bexley Police’s Open Day in the Broadway, Bexleyheath in September.

Bexley Police received over 100 entries to the competition.

Megan and her parents were given a full tour of Bexleyheath Police Station by Borough Commander Peter Ayling, followed by the presentation of her prize and certificate.

Inspector Paul Lambotte from Bexley Police said: “It was great to see how involved the youngsters became following the clues and looking for the fingerprints and I would like to thank everyone who took part in the competition.”

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