Sandra Brown: 'No doubt my father murdered child'


The daughter of a man who is suspected of murdering a schoolgirl 55 years ago has spoken to BBC Breakfast about her hopes of discovering the child's body.

Sandra Brown says her father Alexander Gartshore was a "lifelong paedophile" and believes he murdered 11-year-old Moira Anderson and hid her body in a grave in a Scottish cemetery in 1957.

Moira Anderson went missing from her home in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, in February 1957 while running an errand for her grandmother.

Sandra Brown told the BBC's Louise Minchin about how she became involved in the case.

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