The family of a toddler who went missing from a British Army barracks in Germany more than thirty years ago say they've just had an apology - and an admission there were failings in the initial investigation into her disappearance.
Katrice Lee from Hartlepool was two when she vanished in 1981. Her parents have always argued that the military police were slow to react.
Her father, Richard, says although he welcomes the apology, he feels a public inquiry is the only way the family will discover the truth.
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