We have sight of at least part of a statement by DC Coe in Annex TVP1 in the bundle of documents lodged with the Attorney General. For reference TVP1 can be accessed here http://www.attorneygeneral.gov.uk/Publications/Documents/Annex%20TVP%201.pdf
It will be seen that DC Coe's statement in the box area is exceptionally short. From the list of documents on the Hutton website DC Coe's statement is the one at TVP/1/0030-0031 ie two pages. The statement in TVP1 in the link I've given would be less than a full page but it has to be remembered that DC Coe was at the Kelly home on Saturday 19 July. According to the interview he gave "The Mail on Sunday" of 8 August 2010 'several boxes' of files went back to the police station, 'where DC Coe spent three days examining them with an officer from Thames Valley Special Branch'. All this enough to make up a two page statement perhaps.
I feel that the statement quoted is the full statement so far as Friday morning is concerned. The first sentence gives it away:
At 09.40 am on Friday 18th July 2003 together with a Mr Paul Chapman a volunteer search person, I went to Harrow Down Hill, Longworth where a Mr Chapman took me into a wooded area for about approximately 75 yards where I was shown the body of a male person who was lying on his back.
I think that the reference to the date would be made once only and that at the start of his evidence. Looking at his Hutton testimony one would expect DC Coe to start his witness statement with perhaps At 06.00 am on Friday 18th July I received a call to attend a briefing at Abingdon police station ... There would be no need to repeat the date for the rest of his statement so far as it relates to that particular day.
From the above it seems that DC Coe didn't record in his statement any of his activity between 06.00 and 09.40 that morning. Nor does he make mention of his police companions. The question of course is 'Why?'.
DC Coe mentions the peaked cap close to the body (a more precise description of the position would have been helpful) but at the Inquiry isn't too sure whether the cap was on or off Dr Kelly's head.
No mention is made about police accompanying the ambulance crew. It's what isn't in DC Coe's statement that I find most revealing.