The unsolved death of a woman whose headless body was found in Norfolk more than 40 years ago may be linked to Scotland, detectives believe.
Cold case officers are probing a possible connection between the mystery victim - discovered at Cockley Cley in August 1974 - and Dundee.
Both the rope and a plastic cover used to bind and wrap the corpse have associations with the city. The rope was made in a factory in the city. The plastic sheet had the logo of National Cash Registers on it- previously one of Dundee's biggest employers.
Norfolk Constabulary and Police Scotland have drafted in forensic psychology students at Dundee's Abertay University to help them scour local newspapers from the time in a bid for clues.