Bonfire night killer in Sheffield still on the run

Michaela Hague
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A killer who struck in Sheffield on Bonfire night 15 years ago is still on the run.

Prostitute Michaela Hague, aged 25, was stabbed to death on November 5, 2001, but her killer has never been traced.

The mum-of-one was left lying in a pool of blood after being stabbed 19 times in her back and neck after being picked up by a punter in Bower Street, off Corporation Street in the city centre, before being driven to an isolated car park on nearby Spitalfields, off Nursery Street.

She managed to whisper a brief description of her attacker to the first police officer on the scene, PC Richard Twigg, telling him that her attacker was white, clean shaven, wore a wedding ring and where he picked her up from.

She said he was around 38 years old, about 6ft tall and was wearing a blue fleece and glasses.

Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101.

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