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Facebook used in hunt for murderer

POLICE investigating the murder of a woman whose body was found in a park are using social networking to try to catch her killer.

Mother-of-two Jean Campbell, 53, was found by her husband at around 7.40am on December 14 at Cranhill Park, after she went missing the night before.

An appeal for information appeared in the newsfeed of up to 200,000 Facebook users in the Glasgow area.

Detective Chief Inspector Colin Carey of the Police Scotland Major Investigation Team, said: ""Social media is an excellent way to reach thousands of people

"We are keen to exploit this opportunity to obtain more information regarding her murder."

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