Today marks the 35th anniversary of the disappearance of Devon schoolgirl Genette Tate. The 13-year-old went missing while delivering newspapers in Aylesbeare near Exeter in 1978.
Her body has never been found and no-one has ever been charged by police. It remains Britain's longest-running missing person investigation.
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