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Met Police to end investigation into Stephen Lawrence murder

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Met Police to end investigation into Stephen Lawrence murder

Met Police to end investigation into Stephen Lawrence murder

The Metropolitan Police is to end its investigation into the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence who was killed during a racist attack in 1993.

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