A £50,000 reward remains on offer for anyone with any information which could lead to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed a schoolgirl 34 years ago.

Lisa Hession died at the age of 14 after she was found strangled on Saturday, December 8, 1984, a short distance from her home on Bonnywell Road at around 10.30pm.

Her body was discovered shortly before midnight by a dog walker on Rugby Road.

An investigation into Lisa's murder followed but her killer has never been found.

This Saturday marks the 34th anniversary of Lisa's death.

Head of Greater Manchester Police's Cold Case Unit, Martin Bottomley, said: “This case has been subject to a number of reviews since 1984.

“The reviews have concentrated on using advances in forensic techniques and investigating all information provided to GMP by members of the public.

“Sadly, the case still remains undetected, but will always be open until Lisa’s killer is brought to justice and any information received will be followed up appropriately."

Lisa's mum Christine Hession died in June 2016 at the age of 69 following a short battle with cancer.

Speaking in 2014 on the eve of the 30th anniversary of Lisa's death, Christine said she still lived "in hope" that her daughter's killer would be found. 

If you have any information about the incident contact the Cold Case Review Unit on 0161 856 5978 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.