Friday, August 10, 2012

Tia Sharp: Police Dog Searches Tia's Grandmother's House Again

Tia Sharp's grandmother says she "just wants her baby back" as police use dogs to search her home for clues about the 12-year-old's disappearance.

Two female detectives arrived at the house in southeast London this morning but left 30 minutes later with brown evidence bags.

Earlier Christine Sharp, 46, broke down in tears saying the missing schoolgirl was "my life" and that she believes she is not staying away by choice.

It is now one week since Tia disappeared and police are expected to step up their questioning of the public in an attempt to jog memories.

Christine Sharp, 46, said: "My only message to Tia is that I love her.

"She is my life. I don't know where she has gone. I don't know how she's gone.

"She's not staying away by choice, I know this. I just don't know what else to say." Read More