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White van appeal in murder probe into Joe Daniels' shooting death at Red Cow pub in Folkestone

By Sean Axtell

Police are hunting the driver of a white transit-style van in connection with the suspected murder of a popular pub landlord.

The vehicle was seen parked outside the Red Cow pub in Foord Road, Folkestone, where Joe Daniels, 58 was shot dead on the morning of November 22.

Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Richard Vickery said: "There is no suggestion the driver of the van has done anything wrong but the van was parked there just before the incident happened and we are hopeful he may have seen or heard something that could aid our investigation.

Joe Daniels
Joe Daniels

"We would like to thank all those people who have called us so far and provided us with information including dash cam footage.

"As we continue our enquiries into the circumstances behind Mr Daniels’ death we would really like to hear from anyone else would may have information."

The driver is described as white, heavily built, between 30 and 50 years old, 5ft 10 inches tall and having short dark brown hair.

Police at the scene
Police at the scene

Mr Daniels died at the scene of gunshot injuries at around 11.30am.

A firearm was recovered from the property.

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