The mother of murdered Tia Sharp has told Daybreak that if she saw her daughter's killer again she would ask him "why?"
Speaking to Daybreak, Natalie Sharp said when she knew Stuart Hazell he was "soft, gentle," and "friendly", "there weren't a bad bone in him", she added.
Stuart Hazell was sentenced to a minimum term of 38 years in prison after finally admitting the murder of schoolgirl Tia Sharp.
Ms Sharp added that she trusted Hazell with all of her children, "100% explicitly".
Admitting that she wanted to visit him in jail she said she wanted to ask him why he did it, "but then is he gonna answer the questions? Then I wanna put my hands around my throat".