The parents of an 18-year-old woman who went missing exactly 21 years ago are desperate for information that could help find their daughter.
The father of missing teenager Nicola Payne has been speaking of his sadness and disappointment that the search has ended, finding nothing
Police have finished the searches of parkland off Purcell Road and also at an address in Miles Meadow.
A recent anniversary appeal into the disappearance of a missing Coventry mum was a big success, thanks to social media.
Nicola Payne went missing in December 1991.
Over 450 people shared the Coventry Police Facebook post about her disappearance on their own profiles and police received over 25 calls and emails from the community which are being followed up.
Coventry Police want to remind the public that a £10,000 reward for information about Nicola's whereabouts is still on offer.
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.
Nicola Payne's parents, John and Marilyn, have given a statement on the developments of the case.
Two men, aged 74 and 45 from Coventry, were arrested today on suspicion of conspiracy to prevent the lawful and decent burial of a body.
Her parents said:
"We have been kept fully informed by police of the actions at Purcell Road and we are aware of the time scales this may take.
"We have also been informed of the arrests today. As there is a lot of information for us to currently take in, we would please ask that you respect our privacy while this is happening.
"We hope the arrests and activity will allow anyone who may have important information to come forward and speak to the police. We can then finally find out what has happened to Nicola.
As well as the searches in parkland, police are also searching another address in Miles Meadow, Coventry in connection with the inquiry."