Detectives investigating the murder of an elderly grandmother in Birmingham are re-appealing for witnesses, three months after the attack.
93-year-old Emma Winnall was found badly beaten in bed of her home on May 1, suffering a fractured skull and broken arm. She died in hospital four weeks later.
Officers will be in the area outside Emma's home in Pensby Close, Moseley from 10am on Wednesday 1 August as part of the ongoing investigation into her death.
Local neighbourhood officers will be urging people with information, including those who are yet to come forward, to share what they know with the authorities.
We remain determined to catch whoever is responsible for Emma's death and believe the answer lies within the local community"
DI Buck Rogers continued: "It is now three months since Emma was attacked and we are hoping this anniversary appeal will help encourage people to come forward with any new information about who may have been responsible for her death."
"This was a shocking attack on a defenceless, elderly woman as she slept in her own bad. No-one capable of carrying out such a despicable attack deserves protecting. I'm asking people to search their consciences and if they have any suspicions about who maybe responsible to contact police."
A reward of up to £10,000 is still available to anyone who provides information which leads to a conviction.