Joan Lawrence is hoping a visit to her daughter's home will encourage someone with any information to come forward.Read the full story ›
A bill which has been worked on by the parents of missing Claudia Lawrence is due to have a second reading in Parliament today.
The bill, known as Claudia's law, is named after the 34-year-old who disappeared in York back in March 2009.
It would help relatives and friends manage the affairs and finances of missing people.
North Yorkshire Police say they are not aware of any evidence that might link the case of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence with the convicted killer Christopher Halliwell who was jailed last week.
Former detective superintendent Steve Fulcher, who brought Halliwell to justice, caught the 52-year-old following the abduction of Sian O'Callaghan from outside a nightclub in Swindon in 2011.
The taxi driver then went on to confess to murdering both Miss O'Callaghan and Becky Godden, and now Mr Fulcher believes Halliwell's links to the area Miss Lawrence vanished in should be investigated.
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“The investigation team is aware of this matter and they will carefully assess the information in line with the on-going review of the Claudia Lawrence case. However, to be clear, the team is not aware of any evidence that would link this individual to the disappearance and suspected murder of Claudia.”
The law would allow loved ones to take over the running of a missing persons affairs while they are away.Read the full story ›
The man leading the investigation into the disappearance of York chef Claudia Lawrence, almost seven years ago, says it has been compromised by people refusing to help the police.
Detectives believe Claudia was murdered.
Last night it was revealed the Crown Prosecution Service has decided not to bring charges against four men arrested last year.
Police say they won't give up on finding answers.
Detective Superintendent Dai Malyn:
Peter Lawrence, the father of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence, has renewed his appeal to help find his daughter a day after the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) confirmed there would be no charges against four men being investigated over her suspected murder.
n a statement Mr Lawrence said he is disappointed with the outcome but reiterated that not knowing where Claudia is the hardest thing for the family to bear.
"I am disappointed that after such a long and expensive police investigation into Claudia’s disappearance and possible murder no-one is to be prosecuted. However, prosecution and even conviction would not bring Claudia back to us and may well not have resulted in revealing where she is buried, if she was murdered.
Someone knows what happened on that day 7 years ago and they should now come forward to tell us where our darling daughter, and Ali’s loving sister, is. I have always said that the not knowing is the hardest thing for the family to bear."
Her father will be visiting Parliament later this week to put pressure on the Government to legislate for Guardianship.Read the full story ›
The family of missing York woman Claudia Lawrence has issued family photos of her as a little girl, ahead of a special service on Sunday.Read the full story ›
A file of evidence is to be submitted by North Yorkshire Police to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in relation to four men arrested on suspicion of the murder of missing chef Claudia Lawrence.
The four men, who are from the York area and are in their 50s, were arrested earlier this year, one on the 23rd of March and the other three on the 22nd of April.
While the CPS considers the case, the four have been released from bail.
The process of preparing the file will take some time, as will the assessment by the CPS of the case.
Four men arrested on suspicion of murdering Claudia Lawrence in York have been re-bailed while enquiries continue.
All are aged in their 50s and from the York area.
One was arrested on March 23rd 2015, and three were arrested on May 22nd 2015.
Claudia Lawrence was last seen on 18 March 2009.
She was 35 years old when she disappeared and working as a chef at the University of York.
Police are treating her disappearance as a murder investigation.
Her body has not been found.