The mother of Becky Godden from Swindon has vowed not to give up until her killer is brought to justice. She made the promise at her daughter's inquest today.
Becky's remains were found in a shallow grave in Gloucestershire. Christopher Halliwell had taken police there, but a judge ruled that he couldn't be charged with her murder because of errors in police procedure.
Halliwell is however serving life for the murder of another woman, Sian O'Callaghan.
Robert Murphy reports:
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