20-year-old student Jacqueline Hill, the 13th, and last, victim of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, the 'Yorkshire Ripper', circa 1980. Hill was murdered on her way home in Leeds on 17th November 1980.
British serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, a.k.a. 'The Yorkshire Ripper,' in police custody, 1983.
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Protesters led by former Labour minister Maureen Colquhoun gather outside the Old Bailey to protest against the judge's and media's distinction between prostitutes and 'respectable women' during the celebrated Yorkshire Ripper case.
His head covered with a blanket, Peter Sutcliffe, aka 'The Yorkshire Ripper', is escorted into Dewsbury Magistrates Court to be charged with murder, 6th January 1981.
Sonia Sutcliffe (right) leaves the Old Bailey during the trial of her husband Peter for the 'Yorkshire Ripper' murders, 11th May 1981. Peter Sutcliffe was later convicted of 13 murders and seven attempted murders.
A police van carrying serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, also known as the Yorkshire Ripper, arrives at the Old Bailey, London, during his trial on 13 counts of murder, 5th May 1981.
Chief Superintendent James Hobson, who led the enquiry into the 'Yorkshire Ripper' murders, arrives at the Old Bailey for the trial of Peter Sutcliffe, 5th May 1981. Sutcliffe was later convicted of 13 murders and seven attempted murders.