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18 March 2013, 06:00 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Today marks four years since York University Chef Claudia Lawrence went missing.
The 35 year old disappeared in March 2009, sparking one of the biggest investigations in the history of North Yorkshire Police at a cost of more than £750,000.
Claudia was last seen at around 3pm on Wednesday 18 March 2009 after she had walked home from York University’s Goodricke College where she worked as a chef, she was reported missing on 20 March 2009 by her dad.
To mark the fourth anniversary of her disappearance her dad Peter speaks to Capital News in the university canteen where she worked.
A Book, which examines her mysterious disappearance, has been launched.
The author, Neil Root, wrote the book with help from her family and friends. It’s hoped that the book, called ‘Gone’, could find them answers.
North Yorkshire police say they are still determination to find out what happened to her and the search hasn't 'diminished'.
Detective Inspector Adrian Gathercole, the Deputy Senior Investigating Officer, said:
“Claudia’s disappearance continues to capture the interest of the public and media alike. This is in no small part due to the efforts of Claudia’s family and friends who continue to work tirelessly to ensure that Claudia is not forgotten.
“Her silver Samsung D900 mobile phone and blue and grey Karrimor Spectre 10 rucksack remain unaccounted for. As with many investigations one vital piece of information could make the difference and enable us to complete the picture and finally resolve Claudia’s disappearance.
North Yorkshire Police will be marking the four years since Claudia went missing by using Twitter to promote the appeal by recalling the key times leading up to her disappearance.
Please follow @NYorksPolice and use hashtag #FindClaudia
Visit the Website for Claudie Lawrence here - www.findclaudia.co.uk