Worker awaits Tesco job decision despite facing no charges over Suffolk murders

A Tesco employee suspended from his job during a police investigation into the murders of prostitutes in Suffolk is still awaiting a decision on whether he can return to work.

Tom Stephens was suspended after being identified as a suspect in the investigation into the murders of five prostitutes in Ipswich in December 2006. He has since been released without charge.

A spokesman for the supermarket giant told Personnel Today: “An investigation is still ongoing and we hope to announce a decision in due course.”

Meanwhile, Greg Jones, head of HR at South Wales Police, also remains suspended from his position, a spokesman for the police force said.

Jones was cleared of raping a woman earlier this month after a night out in Swansea.


 

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