THE daughter of a delivery driver killed 25 years ago has spoken of her heartache after spending another Christmas without knowing who is responsible for his death.

Natalie Logan (25) was just a baby when her dad, Paul Logan, was found dead on farmland near Shotley Bridge in the early hours of Christmas Eve, 1993.

Paul had been lured to Blue House Farm by his killers on the pretext of delivering a takeaway, but when he arrived at the property just before 10pm on December 23, he was told by the homeowners they had not ordered anything.

Later that night, the homeowners called police after seeing Paul’s cream Peugeot car still parked at the end of the lane leading up to their home. Police later found the car empty with the lights still on and doors open and Paul’s body was found lying about 50 yards away.

Natalie said: “Twenty-five years have passed and we still have no answers and no justice. My dad was the same age I am now when he was killed and he had his whole life ahead of him.

“I have no doubt he would have loved us all very much, especially my brother’s new son, his first grandson.”

Paul’s killers have still not been found 25 years on, and Northumbria Police are leading the investigation working closely with partners in Durham Constabulary to try to bring them to justice.

Natalie added: “Someone out there knows what happened and why my dad was taken from us. They know I’ve gone through life without him and they know what my whole family have been through.

“I urge anyone out there who has answers, to listen to your conscience. Tell the police and let them do their job. Even if it’s something small, it might be something big to the inquiry. I truly hope we can find the answers we need so my family and I can have our closure.”

Detective Inspector Dave English, from Northumbria Police’s Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “We know that there will be people out there who know what happened to Paul on that night. We know someone will have information about the hoax call made from a phone box at the junction of Snows Green Road and Benfieldside Road in Shotley Bridge, before Paul set off with the takeaway. We would urge anyone with information to come forward and speak with us and help this family get the closure they need.”