IT’S been three years since the disappearance of Irish teenager Amy Fitzpatrick.
The family say they still hold out hope of finding her.
Police have so far failed to find any trace of the teenager, who vanished, aged 15, when walking home on New Year’s Day in 2008.
Mother Audrey and stepfather Dave Mahon announced that any information which leads to her discovery – dead or alive – will be rewarded.
In April they offered a one-million euro reward and received 321 calls but the search is still on.
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