Detectives investigating the unsolved murder of 14-year-old Johanna Young from Watton in Norfolk in 1992, say a re-appeal has given them new leads.
The Schoolgirl was last seen on 23rd December 1992, her body was discovered a few days later on Boxing Day.
Johanna's parents made a re-appeal for help in catching their daughter's killer on the anniversary of her disappearance 21-years ago.
Tony Deacon, a case manager for the enquiry said."I and Johanna's parents Robert and Carol, have been greatly encouraged by the information the team have received on this investigation. We are very grateful for the calls already made to us which have given us several new leads.
But we would encourage anyone who has not contacted us to consider ringing even if they thought at the time the information irrelevant."
The unsolved case team can be contacted on 01953 424520 or email@example.com
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