Detectives investigating the murder of a German backpacker last seen boarding a ferry in Stranraer 30 years ago, have renewed their appeal to help find her killer.
18-year-old Inga Maria Hauser's body was found in a remote part of Ballypatrick Forest in North Antrim on April 20 1988.
She travelled to Northern Ireland on April 6 1988, arriving in Larne on a ferry from Stranraer, Scotland.
Police say that Inga died shortly after she arrived in Northern Ireland and that she was subjected to a "vicious and ruthless assault".
Detectives from the Police Service of Northern Ireland's (PSNI) Serious Crime Branch have launched a two week operation on the 30th anniversary.
They are urging those with any information to come forward, in particular the local community in North Antrim, and people who may have seen her travelling in England before getting on the Stranraer ferry.
The officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Chief Superintendent Raymond Murray, said:
Detective Chief Superintendent Murray said anyone with information about who killed Inga Maria owes it her family to come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call 02871379783.