THE family of hit-and-run victim Gemma Rolfe will mark the third anniversary of her death with another appeal to find her killer.

Gemma, 12, an Erith School pupil, died in May 2003 in Slade Green Road, Slade Green, while on her way to Guides.

She was travelling with her stepfather Dean Robey when their car was hit by a stolen white van. She died at the scene.

The driver of the van, a white youth, then aged between 18 and 20, fled the scene and his identity has never been proven, although his name is widely known locally.

Gemma's mother Janet Ford, her brother Kye and Mr robey will visit the scene of the youngster's death, on Friday, as they have done for the past two years, to lay flowers and cards.

They will also post leaflets on lampposts across the area appealing for someone to come forward and identify the driver.

Her mother said: "I miss Gemma every single day. She would be 15 now, nearly a young lady, but she has been taken from me and her family.

"If you have a heart or a conscience, please help and phone Bexleyheath CID on 020 8284 9135."

Gemma's schoolfriends have set up a website in her memory and friends are invited to post photographs and tributes on it. It can be found at gemmarolfe