Police hunting for Tia Sharp have found a body at her grandmother's house in south London.
Here is a timeline of key events.
Friday August 3
Tia is thought to have left her grandmother Christine Sharp's home in New Addington at around midday to go shopping in nearby Croydon.
Monday August 6
Tia's family plea for her to return home. Police find no trace of her on CCTV footage.
Tuesday August 7
A CCTV image of Tia outside the local Co-op before she disappeared is released. Police begin searching a local wood. Her stepfather David Niles: "Just find my little girl."
Wednesday August 8
Police take a German Shepherd dog into Tia grandmother's house. Volunteers join a search for the 12-year-old in nearby woodland.
Officers are redirected from Olympic duties to focus on the Tia investigation.
Mr Hazell is led from Mrs Sharp's house and voluntarily questioned by police.
Thursday August 9
Bins outside Tia grandmother's house are searched. Mr Hazell says he was not the last person to see Tia and makes an emotional plea for her to return home. He says he would never harm her: "I loved her to bits like my own daughter, we had that kind of relationship."
Friday August 10
Mrs Sharp breaks down in tears saying: "My own message to Tia is that I love her. She is my life."
She leaves her home with a police officer and is driven away. Police seal off an area around the house. They later say a body has been found inside.