Malcolm Robertson on why Norfolk Police are using YouTube to help solve a20-year-old murder mystery.
Norfolk Police have created a YouTube video appeal over the Natalie Pearman cold case investigation.
Miss Pearman's body was found by a lorry driver at about 3.50am. She was last seen alive in Rouen Road, Norwich, at 1.15am the same day.
At the time of the initial investigation, DNA samples were taken and loaded onto the national database but no match has yet been found.
Over the years, more than 4,000 people have been interviewed and hundreds of men provided DNA samples for testing.
Lead detective in the Pearman investigation Detective Chief Inspector Andy Guy said the case could be easily solved with one piece of information.
– Detective Chief Inspector Andy Guy
There are people who know or strongly suspect who was responsible and I'm sure that plays heavily on their conscience.
"All we need is a name and we will do the rest, it is a simple matter of matching DNA. Natalie was little more than a child when she was murdered and her and her family deserve that this case is resolved
Cold case murder detectives have launched a fresh appeal to help solve the killing of Norfolk sex worker Natalie Pearman.
Natalie was 16 when she was found dead in woodland close to Ringland, outside Norwich.
Detectives in Norfolk and Suffolk are renewing their appeal for information about the death of a young woman in Norwich, on the 20th anniversary of her murder.
Natalie Pearman was 16. Her body was found on the outskirts of the city - where it's thought she had been working as a prostitute.