Police could have identified Sarah Everard killer as sex offender in 2015

Serving officer Wayne Couzens is suspected of committing indecent exposure three times before murder

A major chance to identify PC Wayne Couzens as a sex offender while he served as a constable may have been missed by police six years before he abducted, raped and murdered Sarah Everard, the Guardian has learned.

The revelation comes after Couzens on Friday pleaded guilty to abducting Everard from a London street into a car in March, before murdering her.

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