Police hunting the people responsible for the murder of a Leeds pensioner over a decade ago are appealing for people to come forward and help them solve the crime.
71-year-old Leonard Farrar, a retired Merchant Navy Officer, was found dead at his home on Cardinal Road, Beeston, Leeds on 4 May 2002. He lived alone and had been stabbed to death.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Fountain said: "Inquiries like these are never closed and we will use every opportunity to bring those responsible to justice. Allegiances can change and people who have remained silent for 11 years need to come forward and help us give Mr Farrar's family closure. "