Are the first victims of Fred West buried in a Glasgow assignment? Producer urges the police to reopen the case

Rose West was born Rosemary Letts in Northam in Devon to William Letts and Daisy Fuller. Most of the murders occurred between May 1973 and August 1979 at his home in Cromwell Street, Gloucester.

Rose West was born Rosemary Letts in Northam in Devon to William Letts and Daisy Fuller. Most of the murders occurred between May 1973 and August 1979 at his home in Cromwell Street, Gloucester.

Rose West (left) was born Rosemary Letts in Northam in Devon to William Letts and Daisy Fuller. Most of the murders occurred between May 1973 and August 1979 at his home in Cromwell Street, Gloucester. Fred West (right) committed suicide at Winson Green Prison, Birmingham

Although Fred West was found guilty of killing 12 women and Rose 10, it is believed that the couple killed another 20.

One victim who was almost certainly murdered by West was his ex-girlfriend Anne McFall, who, like the others, was found in a shallow grave with missing body parts. West denied it.

The pair of waped used whips to torture their victims as well as their own children.

Fred West committed suicide by hanging himself in a prison cell in January 1995, before he could be tried for the murders.

Rose West is still a prisoner at HMP Low Newton in Durham, after receiving a rare "whole life rate" for her involvement in the murders.

Confirmed victims include:

Charmaine West, eight: Fred West's stepdaughter from her first marriage, Charmaine was murdered by Rose in 1971 while Fred was in prison.

Rena Costello, 27: Charmaine's mother, Rena, Fred's first wife, was murdered when she arrived to pick up her daughter Charmaine in August 1971. With Charmaine dead, it is believed that Fred killed her to avoid an investigation.

Lynda Gough, 20: Miss Gough was a tenant at West's house and was murdered in April 1973. Rose told her mother that she had moved to Weston-super-Mare.

Carol Ann Cooper, 15: The teenager disappeared while walking home from the cinema to her Worcester children's home in November 1973. Her remains were found buried in the Wests garden.

Lucy Partington, 21: After spending Christmas with her family in Cheltenham, Miss Partington disappeared after leaving to take a bus. The student was the cousin of the novelist Martin Amis and the sister of the author Marian Partington.

Lucy disappeared in 1973 after visiting friends in Cheltenham. She was killed by the Wests

Lucy disappeared in 1973 after visiting friends in Cheltenham. She was killed by the Wests

Lucy disappeared in 1973 after visiting friends in Cheltenham. She was killed by the Wests

Therese Siegenthaler, 22: The student from South London was murdered in April 1974 after disappearing while trying to go on an excursion to Ireland.

Shirley Hubbard, 15: One of the Wests' youngest victims disappeared on their way home from college in Droitwich. When his body was discovered, his head was completely covered with tape with a rubber tube placed in his mouth to allow him to breathe.

Juanita Mott, 18: Miss Mott, a former tenant at 25 Cromwell Street, lived in Newent when she disappeared.

Shirley Robinson, 19: Another tenant, Ms. Robinson was murdered in 1978 after becoming pregnant with West's son.

Alison Chambers, 17: The teenager disappeared in August 1979 and her remains were found later under the courtyard at 25, Cromwell Street.

Heather West, 17: Repeatedly raped by her father, Heather complained to her friends about the abuse and was killed by her parents in an attempt to keep her quiet.

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