Giving evidence at an inquest into the deaths yesterday, Detective Superintendent Paul Goundry said: "Four shots were fired.
What does D Supt stand for?
D Supt stands for Detective Superintendent (British police rank)
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Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Peter Jones said Mr Vaughan's disappearance was "completely out of character".
Detective Superintendent John Lyons, from the region's organised crime unit Titan, said: Cannabis is not the harmless drug it is often perceived to be and is the most used illegal drug in the UK.
Detective Superintendent Glyn Timmins said: "Officers have completed house-to-house enquiries in the area of North West London where the vehicle was located We now have hundreds of hours of CCTV footage to trawl through.
Detective Superintendent Paul Taylor, who is leading the inquiry into the grim discovery, said: "I am liaising closely with Detective Superintendent Dick Nuttall, who is investigating the recent incident on New Lane.
Detective Superintendent Ray Galloway was speaking two years after Miss Lawrence, pictured, was last spotted on a CCTV camera on March 18, 2009, near her home in York.
Detective Superintendent Ray Galloway said: "Christmas is a particularly poignant time of year, it's a family time of year.
Detective Superintendent Andy Griffiths said: "We have had a good response and leads we are following up.