Police investigating the murder of an Exeter schoolgirl twenty years ago have revealed they're pursuing 10 new lines of inquiry.
Kate Bushell, 14, was killed as she walked a neighbour's dog near her home in Exwick in 1997. She was found in a field off Exwick Lane with a brutal wound to her throat.
Detectives launched an appeal on the anniversary of her death last month, where they received around 180 calls from the public. They say they're reviewing new information which they hope will "break open the case."
Kate’s older brother Tim Bushell, 35, said the family were very grateful for the public’s help and appealed to anyone who was still withholding information to speak out.