Police are still yet to convict anyone over the murder of Christian Bagley, a year since he was murdered on Father's Day.
The 30-year-old had been visiting his two-year-old daughter and was walking home when he was stabbed in Hereford.
Christian Bagley is found with serious stab wounds in Rogers Avenue, Hereford on Sunday 21 June and is taken to Hereford hospital where he later dies.
Police launch a murder investigation into his death and search the area near where the attack took place.
Several arrests are made but nobody is charged.
Footage of a cyclist is also released as police continue to investigate Christian's murder.
"The pain I continue to suffer since I lost Christian is something my family and I will carry with us for the rest of our lives. Most tragically, Christian's 2-year-old daughter will grow up without ever really knowing her father and it is now down to us to tell her every day how much her Daddy loved her."
A reward of £10,000 is offered for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of Christian's killers.
The BBC's Crimewatch airs a reconstruction of the night of Christian's murder to encourage any witnesses to come forward.
Police refresh their appeal six months after the death of Christian Bagley.
A further appeal for information is made on Christmas Day.
A 30-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murdering Christian - but is later bailed.
Police renew their appeal for potential witnesses to come forward a year on from Christian's death.