Detectives are using advances in DNA technology to try and identify human remains discovered in North Wales in the last 50 years.
Under Operation Orchid, officers say they hope to bring closure to families who have lived with uncertainty for a long time.
Criminality is not suspected in any of the cases.
One mystery dates back to January 1980, when female human remains were recovered from the sea 15 miles off Llandudno and were interred at a local cemetery.
Police inquiries with the National Missing Persons Bureau have identified a possible match with 39-year-old Priscilla Berry, possibly of the maiden name Sturgess.
She went missing from her home in Mochdre, Colwyn Bay, in June 1978.
It is now possible to link close family members such as siblings or children through DNA. If we can locate a brother, sister or child of Mrs Berry we can take a DNA sample to compare to the remains.
Although Mrs Berry went missing over 35 years ago, we believe it is still important for her family to know what became of their relative - and we will do all we can to help.
It is by no means certain that the remains are those of Mrs Berry, but the proposed tests should provide a definitive answer.
We are therefore appealing to anyone who is related to Priscilla Berry or knows any of her family members to contact North Wales Police.
It's probably the biggest single police beat in Wales - but the idea of having one police officer to tackle maritime crime on the Gwynedd coast has paid off.
Since Paul Duggan was appointed two years ago, the crime rate's shrunk dramatically. And before he took it on - he knew nothing about life at sea. Rob Shelley went to meet him.
A beach party aimed at attracting thousands of revellers has been cancelled after North Wales Police warned the organisers the event was illegal.
Officers and coastal rangers said they were responding to reports of a party on the sand dunes and beach at Talacre in Flintshire for July 5th.
North Wales Police say they visited the organisers and "strongly advised them that such an event would be illegal and that they would be held responsible".
The organisers have now cancelled the event.
Sergeant John Williams said, “We will deal positively to reports of any large groups gathering on Talacre beach, which is likely to cause serious upset in the community. This area is a natural habitat for wildlife and the fines involved for damage range up to £20,000.
“We have powers to seize vehicles and sound equipment and would do so if necessary. We have now been informed by the organisers that the event has been cancelled.”
Two motorcyclists have been killed and five people injured in a crash in north Wales.
The collision - involving a car and six bikers - happened on the A5104 between Pontblyddyn and Penyffordd in Flintshire at around 12.50pm today.
North Wales Police says two bikers died at the scene. The other bikers and the driver of the car were taken to hospital for treatment. The road is closed while investigations take place.
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North Wales Police is appealing for information after an eight-year-old girl was reported missing in Buckley.
Keira Davies was last seen in the Padeswood Road area at around 2.45pm.
Keira Davies is described as tall for her age with long brown curly hair. She is wearing purple, yellow and pink leggings, a white top with a tiger on it and silver sparkly shoes.
I would ask anyone who may have seen Keira to contact me on 101 quoting incident reference number R078697.
Search teams have recovered a man's body from Llyn Tegid in Bala this afternoon.
North Wales Police say the man is believed to be from the Cheshire area, although he is yet to be formally identified. His death is not being treated as suspicious.
A former scoutmaster in Flintshire has been jailed for 12 years for sex offences against boys during the 1960s and 1970s.
Martyn Tucker, who is 68 and from Chester, was also ordered to register with the police as a sex offender.
One of the victims of former Flintshire scoutmaster Martyn Tucker chose to read out his own victim statement at Mold Crown Court today, before Tucker was sentenced.
I was 12-13 years of age, and he destroyed my life. Looking back, I never had a chance.
This man stole my soul and set me on a path of self-hatred and self-destruction that still exists to this day.
I live in a kind of fog. I had my future stolen from me - I could never hope to a wife and kids.