A £50,000 reward is being offered to track down the person who murdered 14-year-old Lisa Hession 33 years ago.
Lisa’s mother, Christine, campaigned for more than three decades for information which would help police identify her daughter’s killer. She died aged 69 in 2016 without having justice for her child.
On December 8th 1984 a man and his son found Lisa’s body while walking their family dog in an alley near her home on Bonnywell Road, Leigh.
Cold Case Officers at Greater Manchester Police have now offered a reward of £50,000 in a bid to unearth new information which could lead to catching the teenager’s killer.
Brian continues to live on Bonnywell Road.
He said:”Her murder shocked the community and a lot of us believe the killer was local… Now that the police have better technology they might be able to solve it this time round.”
Soon after Lisa was killed, one man was arrested on suspicion of her murder, but no action was taken against him. He died in 2005.
Anyone with information can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or call GMP on 0161 856 5961