Tribute to Terry Lubbock
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Following the sad news of the passing of Terry Lubbock, Essex Police paid tribute to him.
Detective Supt Stephen Jennings, the Senior Investigating Officer leading the investigation into the murder and indecent assault of Stuart Lubbock, today paid tribute to Terry Lubbock who sadly passed away.
Det Supt Jennings said: “It is with a really heavy heart that I and my colleagues at Essex Police today learned of the sad news of the passing of Terry Lubbock.
“Since I first met Terry, when I became the Senior Investigating Officer into Stuart’s murder I have come to know him professionally and personally.
“First and foremost, Terry was a devoted father, he loved his son Stuart immensely and he understandably never got over the tragedy of not only losing his son, but also the fact that – like us - he never gave up on his search for answers about how Stuart came to meet his death.
“I know from speaking with him on many occasions that at times this must have felt like an unbearable burden for Terry.
"For all of us at Essex Police who had the pleasure of meeting Terry and his family over the years, I know I speak for all of us when I say we were always struck by his dignity and good grace.
“Terry’s devotion to his son and to his pursuit of justice knew no bounds. He was an example to many of us in his relentless quest for truth and justice.
“Our investigation into Stuart’s death will not end with Terry’s - as long as the case remains open, we will do all we can to deliver justice for him and his family. To this end we urge anyone who has information about Stuart’s death to please now, more than ever, do the right thing and come forward."
Anyone with information can contact Essex Police on 101.