Renewed appeal to find those responsible for teenager's death 18 years on
The grandmother of a teenage girl murdered in an arson attack has made a new appeal to find those responsible, 18 years after her death.
17-year-old Lindsey Scholes died following a fire at a house in Royston near Barnsley in September 2001. No-one has ever been charged for her death.
The murder of Lindsey is one of a number of cold cases being reexamined by South Yorkshire Police as detectives continue to search for answers.
The teenager died of brain damage after suffering burns in the blaze. Her friends managed to jump from a window of the terraced house in Royston, but Lindsey became trapped by the flames.
Her grandmother has spoken of the pain that those responsible remain unpunished.
Lisa Adlam reports on the story: