ONE question needs answering quickly to help solve the mystery of a teenager's puzzling death.
Just where was James Dollery staying during the three months he was missing from home?
James vanished after he met friends in Waterloo on the evening of November 19 last year.
They all went their separate ways at about 9.30pm, but James never returned to his home on Sunnymead.
His mother, Pauline, and sister, Ella, made repeated pleas through the Examiner for help to trace him.
But there was no response at all and nothing was heard about James until his body was found behind Tandem Taxis on Wakefield Road, Waterloo, last Tuesday afternoon.
Detectives then dropped the bombshell that they believed James had been dead only two weeks.
He had suffered a badly fractured spine and his injuries could be consistent with a fall from higher land down a rocky banking behind the taxi office.
The detective leading the investigation, Det Supt John Parkinson, believes James had been staying in the Huddersfield area.
A police spokeswoman said: "It is clearly vital to this inquiry we find out where James was staying.
"We would urge anyone with information or who has heard anything to come forward."
Contact Huddersfield police helpdesk on 01484 436659.