A FORMER Lancashire man responsible for one of the county’s most notorious child murders could have killed more, according to detectives.

Thursday’s BBC Crimewatch programme showed how Robert Morley was finally held responsible for the rape and murder of nine-year-old schoolboy Imraan Vohra.

Morley, who died from lung cancer 12 years ago, was named as Imraan’s killer earlier this year after advances in DNA technology.

In July 1985, the Preston schoolboy’s body was found dumped in Avenham Park.

Morley had been living across East Lancashire after moving north from London in 1979.

His nomadic lifestyle saw him spend time in the Rossendale area before moving to Accrington in 1981, and later, Preston.

Crimewatch presenter Matthew Amroliwala said detectives were continuing to piece together Morley’s ‘sadistic, disturbing life’ which featured ‘sexually aggressive, controlling behaviour’ profiling a ‘classic sex predator’.

He said: “We still don’t know the whole truth about Robert Morley’s life.

"Until detectives have the complete picture, we will never know who else might have suffered in the way little Imraan did.”

He would go missing for large periods of time and Crimewatch viewers were told police were ‘absolutely convinced’ there are more victims.

Assistant Chief Constable Graham Gardner said: “Imraan may not have been the only child who suffered at his hands.”