Detectives investigating the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence have revealed a new forensic examination of her house has uncovered the fingerprints of people who still have not come forward five years after the university chef disappeared.
Senior officers announced a series of new lines of inquiry on the fifth anniversary of the day Miss Lawrence failed to turn up for work at York University in 2009.
North Yorkshire Police launched a review of the investigation last year after a new major crime unit was established by the force.
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