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Website aims to find Lisa clues
Lisa Dorrian
Lisa Dorrian's family hope the website will generate information
The family of murdered Bangor woman Lisa Dorrian has launched a website in an effort to learn more about her disappearance last February.

The 25-year-old was last seen at a party on a County Down caravan site. Her body has never been found.

"All we want to know is where Lisa is," her sister Joanne said.

"All we're asking is for people to go onto the website and put on information that could lead us to where Lisa is and what happened to her."

The site contains a page where information can be given anonymously, Joanne said.

It also features information about Lisa, from her childhood to the day she disappeared, as well as a section for messages of support for the family.

Picture of the website, www.lisadorrian.co.uk
Information can be given anonymously on the website
Joanne Dorrian said the family had tried so many different ways to get information, and the website was "another road".

"It's the age of technology and a lot of people have access to computers now, it's just about asking people to go on to their computers and have a look at Lisa's life.

"It's just really begging them to go on and put any information on about where Lisa is."


She said Christmas was not the same without Lisa.

"If we didn't have the children in the house there just wouldn't be a Christmas at all - because of them we've had to go through the normal motions."

Police believe members of the Loyalist Volunteer Force may have been involved in Lisa's killing.

Last month, hundreds of people attended a packed church remembrance service for Lisa at Ballyholme, in Bangor.

Despite extensive searches her body has not been recovered. Detectives believe it could have been hidden in water.

A forensic scientist looking at the cases of the Disappeared will spend some time working on Lisa's case.

The scientist is being funded by the British and Irish governments to help locate the remains of five people abducted, murdered and secretly buried by the IRA during the Troubles.

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