A woman raped at knifepoint during a schoolgirl sleepover says she is still waiting for justice - more than 25 years later. 'Susan' was just 15 at the time of the incident in 1998.
She had convinced her mum to let her attend a sleepover in the Copster Hill area of Oldham. What happened that night would end up 'haunting' her for the rest of her life.
And when she turned to police for help, she says the officers tasked with investigating the case either did not believe her - or simply 'did not care'. READ MORE:'This is the truth': Why the detective who blew the whistle on GMP’s child abuse failures has been vindicated once and for all The victim - who the Manchester Evening News is calling Susan to protect her identity -has spent the last three years fighting to get her case properly investigated.
But Greater Manchester Police has been unable to confirm if the prime suspect in her harrowing case was even interviewed. She has now received a letter from the force with a series of shocking admissions about the botched investigation.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk