A 68-year-old man arrested earlier today on suspicion of the murder of Hebden Bridge schoolgirl Lindsay Rimer has been released.
The 13-year-old went missing in 1994 and her body found five months later in the Rochdale canal. Police say enquiries are continuing.
Police say they have had a good response to an appeal for information on the twentieth anniversary of the disappearance of 13-year-old Lindsay Rimer.
Lindsay was found murdered five months after disappearing while on a shopping errand in her home town of Hebden Bridge.
Chris Kiddey reports.
Detectives have launched a re-appeal to catch the killer of Hebden Bridge teenager Lindsay Rimer who disappeared twenty years ago this week.
The body of the 13-year-old schoolgirl was not found for five months and her murder remains unsolved.
On November 7, 1994, Lindsay left her home on Cambridge Street, Hebden Bridge to go to the shops.
She paused briefly at the Trades Club on Holme Street where she met her mum before buying the cornflakes.
CCTV from the shop on Crown Street shows her buying the cornflakes at 10.22pm. It is not known what happened to her then.
Her body was recovered from the Rochdale Canal on the outskirts of hebden Bridge five months later.
Detective Superintendent Simon Atkinson of West Yorkshire Police's Protective Services (crime) department, is leading the fresh appeal.