Keyword: Saad Al-Hilli
Man released after being questioned by police over the shooting of British-Iraqi businessman Saad al Hilli, his wife and mother in 2012.
Eric Maillaud says that two years after shooting of British family in French Alps it will take a 'stroke of luck' to solve the case.
Move comes amid claims murdered British woman Iqbal Al-Hilli's 'secret' first husband may have been poisoned on same day as Alps shooting.
State prosecutor says the 48-year-old ex-cop has 'no direct link' to murders though he is still under investigation for arms trafficking.
French authorities probing murder of British family and French cyclist say the 48-year-old local man had 'not appeared on their radar' until now.
The sketch is of a middle-aged man suspected of the shooting murders of a British family and a French cyclist near Chevaline in September 2012.
One year after a British family and a French cyclist were murdered near Annecy, British and French investyigators claim 'great advances' in the case.
The 54-year-old, who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder, has been freed 'pending further enquiries', say British police.
Officers release image of dark-coloured 4x4 they want to trace in connection with murder of engineer Saad al-Hilli and three others in September.
Police investigating the September murders of a British family in the French Alps want to question Swiss gunman who killed three women on Wednesday.
A French cyclist was first target of "disorderly" gunman's massacre of four in the French Alps, including three Britons, French press reports say.
New eye-witness evidence emerges of family massacre that left four dead, including initial crime scene and strange behaviour of victim days earlier.
French investigators still searching a motive for shooting of a British family in the French Alps that left four dead and a child seriously wounded.
Two young girls are the only survivors of a shooting attack on a holidaying family from Britain that left four dead in woodland in the French Alps.