Police exhume grave in search for schoolgirl Moira Anderson

Strathclyde Police started to exhume a family grave in Coatbridge, Scotland, today as part of a search for the remains of a schoolgirl who vanished almost 56 years ago.

Moira Anderson was 11 when she disappeared in 1957. It is thought she was abducted and murdered. Police believe her body may be in the grave of a friend of the man long suspected of killing her.

Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports from Coatbridge, in North Lanarkshire:

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Missing Moira grave search

Police and forensic experts have re-opened a family grave today in search of the body of missing schoolgirl Moira Anderson, who was 11 when she went missing in North Lanarkshire in 1957. Searches will continue tomorrow.