The family of a teenager who disappeared near her home in Coventry exactly 21 years ago are launching a fresh appeal for information.
Nicola Payne went missing from the Wood End area in December 1991.
Keith Wilkinson reports.
The parents of missing Nicola Payne have told ITV Central that the pain will never go away until their daughter is found.
Detective Inspector Martin Slevin, from West Midlands Police, explains how investigating officers have gone back to day one of Nicola's disappearance in an attempt to find new information.
Nicola's mum, Marilyn, explains how her daughter's disappearance has affected her and her husband, John, Nicola's dad.
Police investigating disappearance of Nicola Payne continue digging on parkland close to Purcell Road in Coventry.
Police have been granted a further 12 hours to question two men in connection with the teenager's disappearance in Coventry more than 20 years ago.
They were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to prevent the lawful and decent burial of a body.
Police investigating the disappearance of a teenage girl 21 years ago have been searching parkland in Coventry.
Nicola Payne was 18 when she went missing as she walked home from her parents. As Charlotte Grant reports.
Detectives: Someone holds the key to Nicola Payne's disappearance: DETECTIVES have appealed directly to anyone... http://t.co/9sLc4jot
A renewed effort is being made to try and find out what happened to Nicola Payne, a teenage mother who disappeared in Coventry more than twenty years ago.
She went missing while walking to her parents house in December 1991.
Today's investigations started early this morning in parkland in the Bell Green area of Coventry.