Tia Sharp's gran speak of love for missing schoolgirl
The grandmother of Tia Sharp has spoken of her love for her granddaughter a week after she disappeared.
Christine Sharp said: "I love her so much, she is my life.
"I don't know where she has gone or why she has gone, but she is not staying away by choice."
"I will help the police and everyone else in every way I can.
"I will cause no obstruction, I just want my baby back."
Ms Sharp said she "couldn't thank enough" the people who had helped to look for Tia.
"All I want is those t-shirts on a bonfire and Tia here."
Mrs Sharp said she was home alone as the rest of the family had decided to each take some time for themselves.
When asked about Stuart she said: "I don't know where Stuart is, he is out doing his own thing.
"He has had it hard, he knows the finger is being pointed at him."