THE last known sighting of murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh will be screened to tens of thousands of Saints fans during the club’s opening game of the season.

Police will show a CCTV sighting of the Southampton teenager on the big screens at St Mary’s on Sunday, when Saints host Burnley.

The footage shows the teenager walking past a convenience store a day before the 13-year-old was found at the Southampton Sports Centre – more than two weeks ago.

Leaflets appealing for information will also be given to fans at St Mary’s.

Detective Superintendent Paul Barton said: “More than 200 members of the public have been in touch with information so far, but we know there’s more to be done.

“The public’s support has been fantastic and we’re also grateful to Southampton FC for their help.

“However, someone out there knows something about Lucy’s final movements.

“Some Saints fans may have come back from holiday in time for the Burnley game and missed our appeals.”

The appeal comes more than two weeks after Lucy’s death.

The Redbridge Community School student was found in a wooded area near the Sports Centre on Thursday, July 26.

Police previously stated that Lucy’s last known location was her home in Mansel Road East, which she left around 9am on Wednesday, July 25.

But last week officers made a vital breakthrough in the case, uncovering CCTV of the teenager walking past a Tesco Express.

The footage shows the teenager briefly walking past the store, on the corner of Coxford Road and Lordswood Road, around 9.30am on the Wednesday.

The shop is located just a short walk from where Lucy’s body was found the next day.

Det Supt Paul Barton said: “It’s vital that they think back to Wednesday, July 25, when Lucy disappeared.

“We know that Lucy was seen on CCTV at the Tesco Express on the corner of Coxford Road and Lordswood Road at 9.30am.

“This is close to the Sports Centre, where Lucy’s body was found at 7.45am on Thursday 26 July.

“Where did she go in between those times and who was she with?

“If you can help us find Lucy’s killer, please contact us immediately.”

The CCTV appeal comes just days after charity Crimestoppers offered a £10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for Lucy’s murder.

A 24-year-old man from Southampton has been arrested on suspicion of murder and sexual activity with a child.

The same man was charged with an offence which relates to failing to disclose a password to his Facebook account to detectives investigating Lucy murder.

He was remanded in custody until 31 August.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting Operation Refund.