Huge reward offered for catching killer of 9-year-old Olivia Pratt-Corbell

A reward of £50,000 was offered to find the gunman who killed Olivia Pratt Corbell.

Fellow Conservative Lord Ashcroft has promised cash as police continue to hunt for the gunman who shot dead a nine-year-old girl at her home in Notty Ash, Liverpool.


Olivia was murdered at Notty Ash’s home in LiverpoolCredit: P.A.
Lord Ashcroft offers £50,000 for information to jail shooter


Lord Ashcroft offers £50,000 for information to jail shooterCredit: AFP

The young man was shot on 22 August at his home in Liverpool’s Notty Ash as gunmen pursued convicted robber Joseph Nie.

A bullet passed through Olivia’s mother’s wrist and hit Olivia’s body, mortally wounding her.

She was taken to hospital but was pronounced dead later that night.

This week’s officers are Search in West Derby Golf Club where finds the two guns used in the attack.

Police have arrested a total of nine people in connection with her murder.

Lord Ashcroft is now pledging a reward of £50,000 through Crimestoppers and is chairing information leading to her murderer’s imprisonment.

Olivia’s mother Appeal that stirs the heart To find her daughter’s killer – tell them, “You know you did something wrong.”

Cheryl, who bandaged her hand from the night she lost her daughter, said, “She was amazing and loved life. She was my little shadow.”

“She didn’t like school because she had to work, but she liked school because she was with her friends.

“Everyone she met fell in love with her.

“She left a mark on everyone she met. She may have been nine years old, but she packed a lot into her nine years.

“She never stopped talking. That’s what I miss most because I can’t listen to her.

“I hope they step forward so this doesn’t happen to anyone else.

“You know you’ve done something wrong and you need to admit it to yourself like I taught my kids.

It happens when Olivia’s classmates go to counseling after returning to school after Olivia’s death.

Rebecca Wilkinson, principal of St. Margaret Mary’s Catholic Junior School in Houghton, said, “It was a shared memory from Olivia’s memory that I’m glad my children are back, after three sad weeks.” It’s really reassuring to hear the memories children have shared about her.

“Hearing those memories in such a tragic situation really brought me so much happiness.”

Since returning to school after the summer break, 480 students have received counseling.

Mrs. Wilkinson allows students to wear pink nail polish on Thursday, the day of Olivia’s funeral, in memory of when a schoolgirl tried to hide her hand from the principal to hide her painted nails. said it would.

According to Mrs. Wilkinson, students don’t attend services at nearby St. Margaret and Mary’s Church, but the school writes prayers and organizes floral art projects in Olivia’s memory.

Anyone with information can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or


Her mother made a heartbreaking plea to find the killerCredit: P.A.


Horror murder scene investigatorCredit: P.A. Huge reward offered for catching killer of 9-year-old Olivia Pratt-Corbell

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