A DECADE after Coleraine pensioner, Norman Moffatt was murdered, his family have made a fresh appeal for information.
An exhaustive police investigation, which included a BBC Crimewatch appeal, has not been able to discover Mr Moffatt's killer.
The 73-year-old victim, who lived at Circular Road, yards from Railway Road where he was stabbed, managed to make it back to his home where his wife and daughter called an ambulance.
Mr Moffatt was admitted to Dundonald Hospital and underwent two surgeries, but two months after the incident on Railway Road he died from multiple organ failure brought on as a result of the stab wound.
Speaking ahead of today's (Monday) press conference in Coleraine police station, Mr Moffatt's daugher Norma said the unsolved murder continued to cause pain and anger on a daily basis.
For full story - see Tuesday's Coleraine Times