Police are renewing their appeal for information ahead of the 55th anniversary of the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl in Norfolk. 

Monday, April 8, marks 55 years since teenager April Fabb was last seen in Metton. 

At about 1.40pm on that day in 1969, April left her home in the village to go and visit her sister in Roughton.

Eastern Daily Press: The road where April was last seenThe road where April was last seen (Image: Newsquest)

She stopped to see her friends in Cromer Road, before she was last seen riding her bicycle along Roughton Road towards Roughton.

Fifty-five years on, Norfolk police is renewing its appeal for fresh leads in the investigation. 

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Retired Detective Chief Inspector Andy Guy told the BBC: "Sadly, both her parents have died without knowing what happened to April, along with others who may have had information.

"However, loyalties and circumstances change over the years and we would encourage anyone with information that could help provide answers to come forward."

The case remains one of the most high profile in Norfolk police's history.