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Image caption Cheryl Grimmer disappeared shortly after her family migrated to Australia. Detectives are offering a $1m reward for information about the suspected murder of a British toddler abducted from an Australian beach 50 years ago. Three-year-old Cheryl Grimmer vanished from a shower block in Wollongong, New South Wales, on 12 January 1970. The body of the girl, originally from Bristol, has never been found. A man was due to face a murder trial but the charges were dropped last year. Cheryl's brother, Ricki Nash, said he hoped the reward would bring justice. He said: "There are no words to describe the pain of losing a sister and the impact Cheryl's disappearance has had on our entire family. Full story

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