A documentary examining whether Luke Mitchell and the murder of Jodie Jones has reappeared online after Channel 5 bosses pulled the programme due to legal concerns.

We previously told how programme makers suggested another five suspects could have been responsible for 14-year-old Jodi’s death.

Channel 5 then removed the second part from its streaming platform after a complaint over the identity of a man being visible in one scene.

Issued by Lothian and Borders Police of murdered teenager Jodi Jones.

He claims a contributor’s remarks could lead viewers to believe he should have been a suspect.

But now the show is back online having been edited to take the man's name out.

In 2003, Jodie's body was found in woods in Dalkeith, Midlothian and her boyfriend Mitchell was later jailed for a minimum of 20 years in 2005 for her murder.

Mitchell has always insisted he is innocent of the crime.

In response to the show, Police Scotland said they did not need to trace anyone else in connection with the murder.