Reward offered in ‘no body’ murder case

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A reward of £30,000 has been offered into the ‘no body’ murder of a schoolgirl.

Paige Chivers, 15, disappeared in 2007 and was last seen in Bispham.

Since then there have been no corroborated sightings of her and no contact with her family or friends.

Despite numerous appeals, rewards, and a long running police investigation she has not been seen since. In the course of the inquiry a number of people have been arrested and questioned in relation to her disappearance. They have all been released without charge.

A significant focus of the recent enquiry has been to establish any trace of Paige’s whereabouts but all enquiries have come back blank.

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw said: “Someone knows what happened to Paige, and the police believe the answers lie in Blackpool.

“I am offering this £30,000 reward in the hope it will convince someone in the town to come forward and give officers the vital piece of information they need to recover Paige’s body and find who was responsible for murdering her. Lancashire Constabulary is committed to finding out who killed Paige.”