Video: The search for Lindsay’s killer continues, 20 years on

Police are hoping to crack the case of an unsolved murder of a teenage girl who went missing 20 years ago in Hebden Bridge.

Two decades have passed since 13-year-old Lindsay Jo Rimer was last seen in the town and detectives are re-launching an appeal to track down her killer or killers.

Police have launched a new appeal on the 20th anniversary of the murder of Lindsay Rimer. Pictured is Det Supt Simon Atkinson

Police have launched a new appeal on the 20th anniversary of the murder of Lindsay Rimer. Pictured is Det Supt Simon Atkinson

The last known sighting of the Calder High School student was just after 10.22pm at the Spar shop on Crown Street, Hebden Bridge, on November 7, 1994.

Her body was found five months later in the Rochdale Canal.

Marking the 20th anniversary of her disappearance, detectives are appealing directly to the local community for help to crack the case.

Watch the appeal from Detective Superintendent Simon Atkinson of the Protective Services (crime) department.

Police have launched a new appeal on the 20th anniversary of the murder of Lindsay Rimer

Police have launched a new appeal on the 20th anniversary of the murder of Lindsay Rimer

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call detectives directly on 01924 334604 or text on 07786 200805.

Alternatively contact Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555111.