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Tweaks applied to the basic model, making it more palatable for the British market, included doing away with the musical stings employed by Most Wanted and the reconstructions staged from the viewpoint of the offender found in shows like the German Aktenzeichen XY.
However, despite appeals on Aktenzeichen XY, the German version of Crimewatch, the family are little closer to finding any answers.
The family had hoped new leads from a German-version of Crimewatch, Aktenzeichen XY would provide them with some answers.
German police investigating the disappearance of Louise Kerton, 24, had hoped the images would provide new leads when they were shown on the German-version of Crimewatch, Aktenzeichen XY.
Her father Phil Kerton said the recent episode of Aktenzeichen XY, - a German version of Crimewatch - had discovered the identity of some unknown persons found on a roll of film in Louise's camera.
More than 100 people contacted police at the weekend after Aktenzeichen XY, a German version of Crimewatch which was screened on Friday night, revealed that police have stepped up their investigation in the light of new evidence.
Aktenzeichen XY, to be shown on Friday night, is similar to Crimewatch and will feature Louise's case as part of a renewed interest in her disappearance.