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    for his whereabouts which was confirmed by his wife. One of the most publicised faults of the investigation was the importance that was cast upon the letters and tape that the police received, which were indicated as coming from the ripper. Language analysts were brought in to analyse the tape and they were able to pinpoint an area, Castletown in Sunderland. The tape and letters were addressed to George Oldfield who was heading the ripper inquiry and it sparked a major campaign that was suggested to of cost around £1 million. A hotline was set up where the public could hear the tape recording in hope that a member of the public would recognise the voice. Also due to the analysts agreed location of the source of the voice a major operation was set up to investigate males that were from the area and is reported roughly 40,000 men were investigated. As a result, of the forces inability to catch the killer, the ‘Super Squad ' was created in 1980 after the murder of Jacqueline Hill. They were made up of officers from different police forces and the decision was made to take George Oldfield who had previously headed the case off of it due to his poor health. Challenges faced during investigation The investigation was filled with difficulties from the beginning which were compounded by the outdated police records system. One of the biggest challenges the investigators faced was not knowing when or where the next victim would be attacked. Despite most of the attacks being in West…

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