One of Wales' most infamous murder cases is being referred back to the Court of Appeal by the official body that handles possible miscarriages of justice.
The move comes more than thirty years after the disappearance of Cardiff teenager Karen Price in the so called 'Body in the Carpet' killing.
Alexandra Lodge reports.
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