PM to look at missing girl case following Gosport MP intervention

MISSING Katrice Lee
MISSING Katrice Lee
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THE Prime Minister has promised to look at the case of a girl who went missing 30 years ago.

The MP for Gosport Caroline Dinenage, asked David Cameron during Prime Minister’s Questions for his support.

Katrice Lee, whose family live in Gosport, was two when she went missing 30 years ago in Germany.

Ms Dinenage urged Mr Cameron to hear the family’s calls for an independent inquiry into the mishandling of the initial investigation.

Mr Cameron said: ‘I will certainly look at the case.

‘These cases of missing people are completely tragic, as the family doesn’t get closure as this case shows.’