The EDP says: Natalie’s killer could still be hunted down

PUBLISHED: 15:02 20 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:52 21 November 2017




Twenty-five years ago today the body of teenager Natalie Pearman was discovered at Ringland Hills.

But despite a major investigation and several subsequent reviews, the case has never been solved and justice has never been served.

Now Norfolk Police are once again calling for anyone who may have any information to come forward - and we are backing their call.

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Detective Chief Inspector Caroline Millar has said just one piece of new information could lead to Natalie’s killer being caught. Officers already have a DNA crime profile from the scene. They simply need to match this to solve the case, but in order to do this they need the names of potential suspects.

If you know or strongly suspect somebody who may have been connected to this crime then we urge you to share these details with the police.

For a quarter of a century Natalie’s family has had to suffer her loss and they deserve to see justice served on the person who took her life.

Natalie was just 16 when she was last seen alive in Norwich’s Rouen Road at 1.15am on November 20, 1992. Today she should have been in her 40s.

If you know anything, no matter how small, that you believe could be connected to this case then please get in touch with the police by calling the cold case team on 01953 424538 or 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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