30 years ago today, a taxi-driver from Nottingham went to pick up one last fare before going off shift. But he never returned home. Gurcharn Singh Landa - or John Landa, as he was better known - was found stabbed to death just yards from his cab.
Three decades on, Mr Landa's family say they're still suffering, knowing his killer remains free. And today, police have made one last appeal for help in solving the murder.
The son of a taxi driver who was stabbed 87 times in Nottingham 30 years ago, says while his family are still suffering, his father's killer is free to live his life.
No one was ever convicted of the murder of John Landa, who died on this day in 1982.
The family of a taxi driver who was murdered in Nottingham on this day 30 years ago have released home video footage of him.
Police are reappealing for anyone with any information about who killed John Land in Cyprus Road in Mapperley Park to come forward.
You can contact Nottinghamshire Police by telephone on 0115 8446913 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Detective Chief inspector Tony Heydon says the 30th anniversary of the murder of taxi driver John Landa is the perfect time for someone to come forward with a name so a conviction can be made.
Satnam Kaur, the daughter of taxi driver John Landa who was murdered in Nottingham 30 years ago, describes the moment she realised she would never see her father again.