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How does a killer escape justice for decades? Why does the death of a schoolgirl go unsolved, even when police believe they know who did it? These are some of the questions explored by Eastern Daily Press journalist Tom Bristow in Unfinished. It takes a fresh look at the most troubling cold cases in east England, hears from people who have never spoken about the murders before and explores how, despite all the evidence, killers have got away. It starts with the death of a schoolgirl in Watton, Norfolk, in 1992.