The parents of missing
schoolgirl Susan Marlowe are pleading for
Brian Jackson to lead police to her body.
Jackson, who's suspected of murdering the
teenager, was captured while hitchhiking in
France last night.
He's now being held at
a village near the Swiss border where he'll
be interviewed by British detectives later
From the village
police station, Rob Luscombe:
ROB LUSCOMBE: Jackson
came quietly when stopped and asked for his
papers. It was his twelfth day on the run.
He's the only prisoner being held in the
cells of the village station at Marles. This
morning he'll be taken before a magistrate
in a nearby town and handed over to
Two detectives from
Kent are on their way to serve Jackson with
an extradition warrant and they'll want to
thank the two policemen whose chance
encounter with a scruffy hitch-hiker ended a
huge manhunt across France.
Independent News, Marles, France.