John Gair, who witnessed the Lockerbie bombing in 1988, believes that more information - whilst not being entirely comforting - might bring a sense of closure to those affected.
ITV Border viewers have been commenting on the decision to allow local police to investigate the Lockerbie bombing in Libya.
Below are some of your views:
– Ewan Marshall
"It's good to see they're continuing their investigations but I fear it may be too late to ever uncover the whole truth.
"I hope I am wrong, but sadly there has been too many twists and turns along the way and there are no guarantees that it will be any easier at this time."
– Charles Lockhart
"Just costing our overdrawn country more money let it rest !! We will gain nothing from this."
– Dave Williams
"Searching for a scape-goat. Forget it and let those that died rest in peace!"
Dumfries and Galloway Police say they welcome the support of the Libyan authorities for the ongoing investigation into the Lockerbie bombing.
No travel details have been released due to security reasons.
Scotland's First Minister has told ITV Border that 'if evidence is found in Libya, then justice will be done'.
Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond, has been speaking to ITV Border about Libya's decision to allow police officers to visit the county as part of the Lockerbie investigation:
David Cameron confirmed that officers from the Dumfries and Galloway force have been given permission to visit Libya as part of the Lockerbie investigation.
– Prime Minister, David Cameron
"I am delighted that the Dumfries and Galloway Police team will be able to visit your country to look into the issues around the Lockerbie bombing.
"The officers are expected to travel to Libya in March. It will be the first time police have been allowed to visit as part of the probe.