Friends of a schoolgirl murdered twenty years ago are tonight holding a candlelit vigil in her memory - and are promising that her killer will still be brought to justice.
Claire Tiltman left The Bull Pub in Greenhithe, Kent, on the evening of January 18th 1993 and walked down London Road. She was stabbed to death in an alleyway close to St Mary's Church.
Claire's killer has never been found but police are hopeful that advances in DNA technology might yield vital clues.
We speak to Claire's friend Vicki Atkins, Chief Supt Neil Jerome and Det Supt Robert Vinson from Kent Police and friend Lisa Gribbin.
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