CCTV shows man in a blue hoodie spoke to missing ABC worker Jill Meagher moments before she disappeared

Police believe he could hold the key to the probe into finding the missing ABC radio worker, who disappeared just minutes from her home in Melbourne’s inner city suburb of Brunswick early on Saturday.

Victoria Police released several minutes of footage today, in which the man can be seen walking in front of the shop Duchess Boutique, between 1.39am and 1.43am Saturday.

Det Insp Potter said: was a casual conversation .

Insp Potter said Mr Meagher was not being treated as a suspect and police do not have a suspect at this stage.

He also said police were “looking more and more” at abduction as a possibility.

Police also believe Mr Meagher was at home when the footage was taken and that Ms Meagher did not come home.

doesn arrive home, no. reiterated that police did still not know what had happened to Ms Meagher after the footage was taken.

Speaking at a media conference this afternoon, lead investigator Homicide Squad Det Insp John Potter said the footage was released in a bid to solve Ms Meagher’s disappearance.

“We hold grave concerns for Jill. She hasn’t been heard of since Saturday morning and it is now Wednesday.”

Inspector Potter also said that CCTV footage also showed that Sydney Rd at the time was relatively busy for the early morning.

A tram is among traffic, and others walking by just before Ms Meagher include a man with a trimmed beard and another man carrying a shoulder bag.

CCTV released after luggage thieves strike on train

Do you know this couple caught on CCTV? Click on the image to enlargeBritish Transport Police officers are appealing for information after a passenger bag was stolen from a train at Audley End Station, near Saffron Walden.A series of p hotographs of a man and woman who police would like to speak to have been released in conne ction with the incident on Saturday, May 12.Pc Tony Orton, investigating officer, said: victim boarded the 7.27pm Stansted Airport to Birmingham New Street service with her red suitcase, which she placed in the luggage racks.she went to leave the service at Cambridge, she noticed her bag had been taken from the and a woman, who also boarded at Stansted Airport station, were seen to leave the service at Audley End station at around 7.40pm. They then left the platform, entered a lift and headed to platform one where they boarded a London bound now appealing for anyone who recognises the couple in the images or who has any information about the incident, to come forward and assist in our continuing enquiries.

CCTV of London bombers shopping for supplies at B shown to hearing

The 7/7 bombers were caught on CCTV buying the final supplies for their deadly mission in the days before the attacks, the inquest heard today.

They purchased pliers and light bulbs at a B hardware store and made an early morning visit to an Asda supermarket for bags of ice to keep their homemade bombs cool.

Plot ringleader Mohammed Sidique Khan was also filmed visiting Dewsbur y Hospital in West Yorkshire with his heavily pregnant partner, Hasina Patel, two days before the attacks.

CCTV footage of the suicide attackers calmly making their final preparations was played at the inquests into the deaths of the 52 innocent victims of the London bombings on July 7 2005.

Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22, and Hasib Hussain, 18, visited the B store in Beeston Road, Leeds, on July 4.

The men are seen arriving in the blue Nissan Micra hire car rented by Tanweer from July 4 to 8 which would be used to transport them from Leeds to Luton on the morning of the attacks.

After parking the vehicle, they enter the store at about 1.50pm and Khan goes over to the returns desk with an item in his hand.

The thre e men then walk up the aisles looking for the products they need before paying for them and leaving.

A B receipt found at Khan’s Dewsbury home after the bombings, showed he bought three sets of pliers and two 50 watt bulbs.

The inquests have already heard that an improvised explosives detonator made from a light bulb was discovered at the terrorists’ bomb factory in Leeds.

The next day, Khan and Ms Patel were caught on camera arriving at Dewsbury Hospital in the same blue Nissan Micra.

Khan and Tanweer were also filmed shopping at the Asda superstore in Pudsey, Leeds, the day before the bombings.

Arriving in the Nissan Micra at about 5.20am on July 6, they select a trolley and Khan leads the way to the freezer section as staff restock the shelves.