I think it would be fair to say, sir, that I, and, I guess, the force, found itself in a place that it never expected to be, a relatively safe part of the country, and certainly never having to face events of this nature previously. I'd had some limited experience of Operation Fincham. That was the Cambridgeshire inquiry from August 2002, I think it was, when Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman were both abducted and murdered from Soham, and of course that particular investigation came under significant media attention. So I think when the third victim for this case was found on Sunday the 10th -- she hadn't been reported as missing, we weren't looking for her -- I knew what to expect the following day, Monday the 11th, and that's when we really came under the spotlight and intense media pressure, that particular week, and as we now know, the fourth and fifth victims were found on the 12th of December.
So yeah, it was a pretty intense time, but it was very much a team effort. Whilst I was the sort of face of the investigation and had overall command, and the talking head, of course, there was a significant team that were supporting me.