Candles at vigil for Tia Sharp
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Tia Sharp's aunt: 'This is the worst nightmare ever'

Candles and flowers for 12-year-old Tia Sharp have been left outside the house in Croydon where a body has been found.

A poem was left with a photo of Tia which described her as "heaven's little angel".

Detectives have defended their handling of the case after a body was found at her grandmother's house, after several searches.

Tia's aunt, Maxine Carter, said the last week had been 'the worst nightmare ever'.

  • 11 Aug 2012
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