The mother of a man murdered in Hereford says she will not rest until her son's killer is found.
Christian Bagley was stabbed two months ago after visiting his two year old daughter on Father's Day.
Today Janette Bagley went back to the scene of the stabbing by the River Wye, to appeal to the conscience of the person who knows what happened to her son.
Speaking alongside her daughter Paige, Janette said:
30-year-old Christian Bagley was walking home down the river when he was stabbed in the back and arm as he went under the Hunderton Bridge between 10:40pm and 10:50pm on Sunday 21st June.
He managed to stagger more than 200 metres, and was found slumped in Rogers Avenue, but after losing a serious amount of blood - he died in hospital.
The police recovered a kitchen knife with its handle missing. They believe the force of the stabbing caused the handle to break off, and detectives have appealed for its whereabouts.
A fortnight after Mr Bagley was murdered, police divers searched the river for more clues but it proved unsuccessful.
Janette thinks the key to finding Christian's killer is someone's guilty conscience.
Today back where Christian spent his last terrifying moments, his mother and sister tried to focus on happier times.
Christian's 19-year-old sister Paige said:
Janette went on to say:
West Mercia Police say its investigation into Christian's killing is ongoing.
In the two months that have passed three men have been arrested - all were released without charge.
But as the months pass, Christian's family say losing him gets more painful every day.
Police are asking anyone with information about the murder to get in touch with them on the non-emergency police number 101 and quote the incident reference 717s of the 21st June.
Information can also be passed on anonymously through the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or through their website.