Two years after a mother was murdered in a quiet Sussex village - police are still trying to track down the killer.
55-year-old Valerie Graves was found dead at a home in Smugglers Lane in Bosham.
She'd been staying at the property while the owners were away over Christmas. Sussex Police are offering a £10,000 reward.
Sussex police launched its its biggest voluntary mass DNA screening in its history in January and February this year asking all men aged over 17 who live, work or visit Bosham to provide a DNA sample and a thumbprint to eliminate them from the inquiry.
This was after forensic scientists obtained a limited DNA profile for the murder suspect, which although not suitable for a search on the National DNA Database, indicated the suspect is male.
Detectives from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team were looking at taking DNA samples from 5,000 men in Bosham. So far just over half have been taken and eliminated.