Devastated Pilley family speak ahead of huge hunt

By Michael MacLeod

A SUCCESSFUL hunt in the search for the body of missing Edinburgh officer worker Suzanne Pilley would feel “like winning the lottery” for her father.

Robert Pilley, 67, gave an emotional interview tonight ahead of a large-scale search in the Argyll Forest this weekend.

Police and volunteer mountain rescue experts will scour the dense forest on Saturday and Sunday in a bid to retrieve her body.

Mr Pilley said he was hopeful the search would be successful but said the three months since his youngest daughter disappeared had been “heartbreaking.”

He said: “The whole family’s totally devastated. I just don’t know when it’s going to end.
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Teen hunted vile online kid porn for the “thrill”

By Cara Sulieman

A TEENAGER caught with more than 1,000 sick images of underage girls on a laptop denied having the porn – before finally admitting to police he had downloaded them for the “thrill”.

Jonathan Wright, 18, whose family home is in Aberdeen, told officers that he had downloaded the sick pictures to “see if they were real”.

At Edinburgh Sheriff Court today he pleaded guilty to possession of the images between August 26 and November 17 last year.

Most of the pictures were of young girls aged between 10 and 13.
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