Published Wednesday, 04 July 2012
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Mother-of-four Marion Millican left her former lover Fred McClenaghan, 49, because he tried to strangle her in December 2010 - but just three months later, he walked into her place of work and shot her dead.
An independent investigation has found that police were aware of threats made by McClenaghan against the mother-of-four's life, in both December 2010 and January 2011.
The person who made the report in January told officers they believed McClenaghan had a gun, but could not confirm having seen it.
There was sufficient warning to allow police to have taken more action.
Police Ombudsman's Office
McClenaghan, who suffered from depression and had admitted to counsellors that he had planned to kill his girlfriend and then himself, armed himself with an antique shotgun when he went to the laundrette.
The Police Ombudsman's Office has taken the view that officers did not take appropriate action in relation to the possibility that a member of the public had a gun and was a risk to himself and others.
McClenaghan was convicted of murder on Tuesday and an automatic life sentence was handed down.