Detectives Investigating murder of Olivia Pratt-Corbell arrested a man more than 100 miles from Liverpool.
34-year- the old one was pulled out over on M42 east of Birmingham – 2+half hours drive from the stage of in fatal shooting.
driver from Liverpool, was arrested on suspicion of helping a delinquent, Merseyside Police said, and vehicle was captured.
The officers could not immediately confirm where on a man was arrested on the freeway on Sunday night but M42 runs from just north of Tamworth in Staffordshire, skirts Birmingham to the southeast. of in city and ends where the roadway intersects the M5 at Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
He became the fourth arrested. over weekends in connection with in death of Olivia, who was shot in her home in Dovecote, Liverpool, on 22 August.
A 34-year- an old man from Liverpool was arrested in Runcorn area in early hours of Sunday on suspicion of murder and tried murder.
Two other men41-year-old from Knowsley and 29-year-old from Liverpool, being interrogated on suspicion of helping the offender.
Orders were executed at two sites in Liverpool on Sunday, the officers said.
Last week Chief Detective Superintendent and head of investigation Mark Kamin said that anyone concealment of the used weapon in in killing “was in in the same category” as “a vile person responsible for in murder”.
Olivia family also urged people “do the right thing” and said, “If anyone knows anything, now is the time to speak up. It’s not about being a snitch or a weed, it’s about finding out who took our baby away from us.”
Nine-year- the old one died after being shot in her home when a gunman was pursuing convicted robber Joseph Nee in property around 10 pm.
nee, who Friends took him to the hospital while Olivia lay dying, receiving two gunshot wounds.
He was just released from prison on license and return to prison once he recovered from his injuries.
BUT post-opening found her medical cause of death There was a gunshot wound to the chest.
The policeman tried to save her life by knocking her down. up and run to the hospital with her in his hands covering the wound in trying to stop the bleeding.
But despite his best efforts and those of main injury team at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, nine-year-old cannot be saved and declared dead in about an hour.
Her mother Cheryl was also injured in shot and is still in treatment.
Police said two weapons were used in shooting, both “calle” removed from the scene by the killer.
Chief Detective Superintendent and head of investigation Mark Kamen said: “I continue to call anyone who It has information it may help our investigation into Olivia’s tragedy murder Please, come forward so we can bring those responsible to justice.
“Number of people were arrested in respect of this is an investigation.
“However, we are still need in public help in ensuring that we can build a strong evidence picture, therefore justice served for Olivia and her family.
“This is what I’m dealing with for those who can have information no matter how small who could go on help our requests to contact us directly or anonymously, and we’ll do the rest.”
A 36-year-old man from Huyton and 33-year- the old one from the dovecote who were arrested on suspicion of murder and two bills of attempt murder in relation to Olivia death were released on pledge.