A HARD hitting TV documentary by investigator Donal MacIntyre is expected to blow open the case of missing expat girl Amy Fitzpatrick.
Retracing Amy’s last steps, MacIntyre met with those who knew the 15-year-old best before she disappeared on New Year’s Day in 2008.
As well as visiting her Mijas Costa home, Irishman MacIntyre spoke with Amy’s best friend Ashley Rose before interviewing Olive Press journalists about the case.
“The Olive Press has done a great job keeping the pressure on and I now hope to finally get to the bottom of this,” MacIntyre said.
In particular, his team probed her lifestyle at the time she went missing, as well as her relationship with her stepfather Dave Mahon, who is currently awaiting trial for the murder of her brother Dean in Ireland.
He added: “Crucially we are trying to establish if she made it home that night and what might have happened.
“The case certainly goes down as one of the most tragic unsolved crimes in Europe.”
The documentary will air on CBS Reality in September as part of a 12-part series.
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