A grieving mother from Breconshire has made a desperate plea to the people of Thailand for help to trace her daughter's killer. Sue Jones has been speaking at a news conference on the eve of the twelfth anniversary of Kirsty's death
It comes as Dyfed-Powys Police reveal that they are offering ten thousand pound reward to catch the killer. Detectives from the force have travelled with.
Mrs Jones to Bangkok and then onto the northern city of Chang Mai where Kirsty was killed. Jonathan Hill's report from Thailand.
Dyfed Powys detectives returning from Thailand say they're 'optimistic' that further progress can be made in the Kirsty Jones murder case.
Welsh detectives have returned to Thailand with Kirsty's mother for a press conference on the eve of the 12th anniversary of her death.
On the 12th anniversary of backpacker Kirsty Jones' murder in Thailand, a substantial reward is being offered to catch her killer.