09:10AM, Tuesday 05 March 2013
A murder suspect charged with killing a teenage girl in Windsor more than 30 years ago has had his plea hearing put back.
Colin Frederick Campbell, was set to appear at Southwark Crown Court via video link yesterday, but his hearing was adjourned.
The 65-year-old is in police custody and will now appear for a plea and case management hearing on March 21 at a court with Justice Sweeney who is handling the case.
Campbell is accused of murdering Claire Woolterton, 17, on August 28, 1981, who was found stabbed and strangled on a towpath alongside Barry Avenue.
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