Deepcut deaths investigation 'failed to follow leads' Privates Benton, James, Gray and Collinson, who all died at Deepcut Detectives investigating the deaths of four soldiers at the Deepcut barracks failed to follow vital leads, according to a report seen by the BBC. Four soldiers died in unclear circumstances at the Surrey army base between 1995 and 2002. The Devon and Cornwall Police report said Surrey Police's probe into the deaths did not properly consider a list of hypothetical suspects. Surrey Police said they had considered all possibilities for the deaths. 'Unknown white male' Privates Sean Benton, Cheryl James, Geoff Gray and James Collinson all died from gun shot wounds. A coroner recorded a verdict of suicide for Pte Benton - but the inquests into the other three returned open verdicts. At the time of the deaths, there were allegations of bullying at the barracks. Continued here: BBC News - Deepcut deaths investigation 'failed to follow leads' Come on down, 'expert' Frank Swann!