There are new calls for a cold case review into the disappearance of a Dublin teenager in Spain 14 years ago.
15 year old Amy Fitzpatrick vanished from the Costa Del Sol on New Year's Day in 2008.
Amy, who was from Coolock in Dublin, was living there with her mother, Audrey, and step-father, Dave Mahon.
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Today, on what would have been Amy's 30th birthday, there are renewed calls to review her case.
Her aunt, Christine Kenny, sister of her dad Christopher Fitzpatrick, said the family deserve to know what happened to her.
“At the end of the day, she is an Irish citizen and she is entitled to be fought for.”
Christine remembers Amy as being a "very happy child".
“She just wanted to be home,” she said. “She just wanted to with her dad.”
“She was on the phone constantly, saying to him, when she was in Spain, I love you Da and he would be messing saying, you just like to hear me talk and she would just giggle at him.
To mark her birthday, a ceremony is being held at 5 o'clock this evening.
Over 5,400 people have signed an online petition calling for a cold case review.