RELATIVES of a teenager whose body was found 11 days after she went missing say they are still looking for answers, as an inquest was due to reopen into her death today.

Gaia Pope-Sutherland, 19 and from Swanage, was found near the Dorset coastal path in November 2017 following a major search.

The initial opening of the inquest in Februray heard Gaia died of hypothermia,

Tests carried out following a post mortem examination determined the cause of death, which was revealed at the opening of an inquest into the 19-year-old's death.

Inquest proceedings into her death will resume with a pre-inquest review hearing at 1pm today at Bournemouth Town Hall. The hearing will consider what issues the inquest will cover and when it will take place.

Two hearings were cancelled over the summer and after almost three years her family say vital questions about Gaia’s death remain unanswered.

Gaia's family said: “As we approach the third anniversary of our beloved Gaia’s death, we remain without answers.We need answers not just for our own broken hearts but for the community that worked so tirelessly to find Gaia."

The inquest in Bournemouth heard Miss Pope had severe epilepsy and was living in Swanage when she went missing.

Her body was discovered in undergrowth on the cliff top between Dancing Ledge and Anvil Point to the west of Swanage.

Miss Pope's disappearance prompted a massive campaign from family and friends who spent days scouring the town and surrounding area along with police and coastguard teams.