Police have begun exhuming a family grave in the search for the remains of a schoolgirl who vanished almost 56 years ago.
Investigators have begun to excavating the plot of Sinclair Upton, said to have been an acquaintance of Gartshore, to see if the schoolgirl's remains were hidden there.
The excavation at Old Monkland Cemetery in Coatbridge is being led by Professor Sue Black and a team from the forensic anthropology department at Dundee University.
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