The parents of a schoolgirl who was killed at Christmas have pleaded for her murderer to come forward.
Johanna Young was 14 when she went missing from her family home in Watton, Norfolk, on a foggy night on December 23 1992.
She was found dead, partially clothed and lying face down in water, on Boxing Day. Her killer has never been found.
Her parents, Carol and Robert Young, have rarely spoken of their ordeal but decided to make an appeal on the 21st anniversary of her disappearance.
Mrs Young, 58, said: "We do celebrate Christmas but it's never quite the same.
"We tried to carry on for the sake of our other children and as a family we just continue the best we can but Johanna is in our thoughts all the time."