Detectives investigating the murder of a Norwich schoolgirl in 1992 are renewing their appeal for information on the 25th anniversary of her death.
The body of sixteen year old Natalie Pearman was found by a lorry driver en route to work in a lay-by at Ringland Road on the outskirts of Norwich on 20th November 1992.
Natalie had been working as a prostitute in the red light district of Norwich and was last seen in Rouen Road at 1.15am on the same day she was discovered.
A post mortem examination revealed she died from asphyxiation.
Police hold the DNA profile of the an they say murdered Natalie and are now looking into familial DNA samples that may prove to be a match in the DNA database.
The investigation into Natalie's death has never been closed and has been subject to reviews since 1992.