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Peter Tobin: The horrific crimes of a serial killer
By Paul O'HareBBC Scotland
Peter Tobin was only unmasked as a serial killer after his final victim was discovered hidden under the floorboards of a church in Glasgow.
Operation Anagram eventually led officers to a garden in Kent, where forensic archaeologists found The Remains of two teenagers who had vanished 16 years earlier.The murder of Angelika Kluk
Angelika Kluk was working as a cleaner at St Patrick's church in Anderston, Glasgow, when she vanished on 24 September 2006.
The Gdańsk University undergraduate, who had spent the summer in Scotland to fund her language studies, was reported missing by her boyfriend.
Suspicion soon fell on three men, including a slightly-built church handyman called Pat Mclaughlin .
Angelika, who McLaughlin described as his " wee apprentice" had been helping him paint a shed on The Day she disappeared.
But hours after he was questioned by police, the 60-year-old vanished.
Within days, McLaughlin's picture was released to the media and officers took a phone call that changed the whole dynamic of The Investigation .
During a search of The Church , an expert noticed an imperfection in the floor which exposed a hatch, 28in by 18in. It covered a vault containing Angelika's body.
A post-mortem examination later revealed she had been bound and gagged, raped, beaten with a piece of wood and stabbed in the chest 16 times.
After 10 Years in prison he had returned to Renfrewshire, where he was born and brought up.
In October 2005 he attacked a neighbour in Paisley But could not be traced.
After Angelika's murder, Tobin moved to London, where he used another false name in a bid to cover his tracks.
PC Alan Murray was sent to a hospital where a nurse had recognised a patient from the media coverage. He had told doctors he was pipe fitter James Kelly .
Tobin was initially arrested for breaching the terms of the sex offenders' register, which gave officers time to against him.
Lord Menzies described his actions as " inhuman" and ordered him to serve a minimum of 21 years in jail.Operation Anagram
Within days of Tobin's arrest, Strathclyde Police covertly launched Operation Anagram.
From the outset it had to be shrouded in secrecy amid fears any media leaks could prejudice live proceedings in the Kluk case.
Led by Det Supt Swindle, The Team 's task was to chronicle the nomadic life of Peter Britton Tobin.
From his birth in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, on 27 August, 1946, to his arrest for Angelika's murder, police set out to map his movements across the UK.
Mr Swindle said: " The concept of Anagram was basically to look at Tobin as a serial killer.
Officers, researchers and analysts joined the painstaking task, examining everything from his jobs and cars to his friends and relationships.
This Was complicated by the fact Tobin had as many as 60 addresses and is thought to have used up to 40 aliases.
Officers also managed to link him to 38 Mobile Phone SIM cards.
The Team slowly began to compile a detailed picture of Tobin's life.
He was brought up in Renfrew, where he lived with his engineer father Daniel, mother Marjorie and seven siblings.
As a child, he spent Time In borstal and by his teens he was a petty criminal who specialised in theft and forgery.
His third wife, Cathy Wilson, would later recall he was " charming and funny" But became violent after she moved into his Brighton flat in the autumn of 1986.
At The Time , Tobin was travelling the country fitting insulation panels.
The Anagram team charted his whereabouts and compared them with unsolved murders.
The First coincidence was linked to one of Scotland's most perplexing cold cases.The Disappearance of Vicky Hamilton
The 15-year-old made the short journey to Bathgate, where she bought a bag of chips before setting off to catch a connecting service to her home in Redding, Falkirk.
But she never arrived.
Eleven days later Vicky 's purse was found in a gutter in Edinburgh's St Andrew's Square.
On 4 June 2007, officers searched the property and recovered a five-inch dagger-style knife hidden in The Loft space.The Search for Dinah McNicol
The Anagram team was working to establish whether Tobin could have been in an area where 18-year-old Dinah McNicol went missing.
Inquiries led detectives to former neighbour David Martin , who told officers " Scottish Pete" was a normal guy who had custody his young son at weekends.
But one recollection proved critical.
Mr Martin later told a jury he saw his neighbour digging a massive hole in his garden.
Police obtained a warrant and radar was used to detect any anomalies, leading to a discovery on 12 November 2007.
Mr Swindle was getting ready for a gala ball in Glasgow when he was contacted by Det Sup Tim Wills from Sussex Police , who told him a body had been found.
Dental records were used to formally identify the teenager, who still had her late mother's rings on her fingers.
Tobin's Dna was found on a Plastic Bag containing Vicky 's upper torso. His son's Dna was found on the purse which had been found in Edinburgh, suggesting that the then three-year-old had been given it to play with.
Tobin was convicted of murder in December 2008 and sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in prison.
Jurors heard that her body was also found, bound and gagged, in The Garden of Tobin's former home in Margate.
His fingerprints were found on some of bin bags used to wrap Dinah's body.
Traces of an anti-depressant, sleeping pills and cannabis were found in her liver. Tobin had stolen More Than £2,000 from Dinah's building society account.
It took less than 15 Minutes to return a guilty verdict. Judge Mr Justice Calvert-Smith said Tobin should never be released from prison.Were there more victims?
Despite being linked with many Unsolved Cases , Tobin has never co-operated with police.
Tobin has been mentioned in connection with the Bible John killings, a series of murders that brought terror to Glasgow in the late 1960s.
But Mr Swindle said there was no evidence to indicate that Tobin was " the so-called serial killer".
There are doubts that The Murders of Patricia Docker, 25, Jemima McDonald, 32, and Helen Puttock, 29, were committed by the same man.
The only forensic clue that exists for the cases, a semen stain on Ms Puttock's tights, does not match Tobin's Dna .
In 2009, police released photographs of 32 pieces of jewellery which were in Tobin's possession between 1991 and 2006.
They had not been claimed by his three ex-wives and police believe they may have been kept as trophies from other unknown victims.
He added: " The big thing with Tobin is that the potential victims are Missing People , and he buries people.
" If someone goes missing and they don't have a relative to report them missing then how do you know they are missing? They just disappear. "
Source of news: bbc.com