"I don't enjoy doing this but I have to do it because I can say years down the line that I know I've done what I can to bring this man to justice.
"There's not a day goes by when I don't think about Colette and about what happened, also to think hopefully one day this man is going to be brought to justice.
"It would bring some kind of closure.
"She was very happy, always laughing, always smiling. She always thought about other people. She was a very caring girl.
"She was very popular and well-liked. Everybody loved her."
Tony Aram, Colette's father, helped in the search for his daughter.
He said: "As soon as we realised that Colette hadn't arrived at her boyfriend's we went straight up there and started looking.
"I was out most of the night looking. I drove all over the village and the outskirts and Jacqui was ringing around friends.
"I still think of her every day. Life can't ever be the same, because it changes you."
For 25 years he has carried a photograph of Colette in his wallet. It is a picture of her as a child cuddling her pet dog, Brandy.
"When she went, I said to myself 'she's gone abroad'. That's how I coped with it," he added.
COLETTE ARAM MURDER: SIGHTINGS OF VICTIM AND SUSPECT'S CAR
1. 1645 GMT Red Fiesta enters Keyworth 2. 1820 GMT Red Fiesta follows a girl walking alone 3. 1925 GMT Red Fiesta driver seen drinking milk 4. 1930 GMT Driver asks girl directions. She sees same man and car nearby soon after
5. 2000 GMT Driver parks Fiesta, walks off and returns. Seems to be carrying blade 6. 2010 GMT Screams and speeding car heard in Nicker Hill 7. 2150 GMT Red Fiesta drives from Bury lane to Selby Lane 8. 2240 GMT Red Fiesta parked where found by police next day
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