The mother of murdered schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer has expressed her concerns about her killer still being on the loose and has made a public appeal for any information.
Tiahleigh’s body was found by fisherman on a riverbank at Pimpama on the Gold Coast – 40 kilometres from where she was dropped off by a foster carer – on November 5 last year.
However, rhere have still been no arrests made in relationship to the murder of 12-year-old.
Her mother, Cindy Palmer, has spoken to media for the first time since her daughter’s disappearance.
She described her daughter as a loveable girl who loved dancing and was always mucking around.
"She didn't always get along with everyone but she was a very loving, caring person, she wanted to be a dancer," Ms Palmer said.
"No matter where she was, she would bust out moves."
Ms Palmer said the past four months had been difficult.
“We’re appealing for anyone who knows what happened to Tiahleigh to come forward,” Ms Palmer said.
“(It’s hard) knowing this could happen to another family and at any time while the person responsible is still out there. We definitely do need answers.”
“She didn’t deserve (this).”
"Somebody knows something about what happened to Tiahleigh.”
"Somebody knows something about the person or people responsible.”
"I'm guessing the person or people who know about this are too loyal to whoever they're helping."
"It takes a vile human being to be able to take an innocent 12-year-old's life, however she died."
Anyone with information should call the Police Assistance Line on 131 444 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 FREE.
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