£50K REWARD TO CATCH GIRL’S KILLER 34YRS ON
DETECTIVES are offering a £50,000 reward to catch a man who strangled a 14-year-old schoolgirl to death 34 years ago.
Lisa Hession was walking home from a friend’s party when she was TRAGIC Lisa Hession was strangled attacked on December 8, 1984, 100 yards from her home in Leigh, Gtr Manchester. A dog walker found her body at 10.30pm in an alleyway.
One man was arrested, then bailed, and no further action was taken against him. He died in 2005, but “remains of interest” to officers. Head of Greater Manchester Police’s cold case unit, Martin Bottomley, said: “Someone out there knows who murdered Lisa.
“Forensic techniques are improving all the time and we need that someone to give us a name, which can… lead us to the killer. We owe it to Lisa’s memory and her late mum.” Her mum, Christine Hession, died of cancer at age 69 in 2016.
Police are looking into a man, then aged 18-20, who attacked three other girls in Leigh before Lisa died.