A TEENAGER who has spent two years fighting cancer had her wish come true when she was given the chance to become a ‘police officer’ for a day and lead a ‘murder’ investigation.
Wiltshire Police and Make-A-Wish UK got together after hearing that Victoria Brown, 14, who was being treated for acute myeloid leukaemia, was a true-crime fan. They made her ‘detective superintendent’ and tasked her with solving a mock murder on a farm. Victoria, from Swindon, said: ‘It was amazing. I loved it — and definitely still want to be a detective.’