The mother of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne has said she can still remember the last time she saw the eight-year-old alive.
Sara Payne has visited the beach in West Sussex where the youngster was snatched in July 2000.
She was speaking to ITV for a documentary about the murder at the hands of convicted paedophile Roy Whiting.
She was quoted in the Daily Mirror saying: “If I close my eyes, I can see her and I can hear her and see her running around, just shouting.
“The last thing I remember is Sarah just waving and she was like ‘Go, go, go … we’ll see you at home’.”
Sarah disappeared while playing near her grandparents’ home in Kingston Gorse, West Sussex.
Her body was found in nearby Pulborough 17 days later.
Mrs Payne became a child protection campaigner after her daughter’s death and Sarah’s Law – legislation allowing the disclosure of details on child sex offenders – came into effect in 2009.
Sarah Payne: The Untold Story is on ITV on Thursday at 9pm.