Missing Katrice's family march to No 10

The family of missing Katrice Lee from Teesside are marching to Downing Street on the anniversary of her disappearance in 1981.

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Family and friends march for Katrice

Katrice, as police believe she would look now

A family from Teesside are hoping to spread awareness about the disappearance of Katrice Lee by marching to Downing Street today.

Katrice's family will be joined by friends and members of Katrice's father's former regiment, the 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars, as they march from St James Park to the PM's number 10 residence.

Katrice Lee disappeared on November 28th in 1981 in Paderborn, Germany, when she was two years old.

The family of the missing girl hope that the march will lead to renewed coverage of the case and will generate new lines of enquiry in the search for Katrice, as they believe that mistakes were made in the original investigation into the toddler's disappearance.

March to mark anniversary of Katrice's disappearance

The family of missing Katrice Lee are marching to Downing Street in London to mark the anniversary of her disappearance in 1981.

Katrice was two years old when she went missing from a NAAFI supermarket in Germany where her father, Richard Lee, was stationed at the time.

The toddler disappeared on her birthday over thirty years ago and has not been seen since.

The case of missing Katrice was brought the parliament earlier this month when MPs debated how the case had been handled.

The government had previously promised to do all it could to get the family from Teesside more information about their daughter's disappearance.


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