Shelley Morgan: Why postcards could help solve 1984 Bristol murder

Shelley Morgan.

Police believe two postcards may help crack the unsolved inquiry into the murder of a Bristol mother 35 years ago.

On June 11, 1984, Shelley Morgan dropped her children off for school, caught a bus and was never seen by her family again.

A keen artist, she had told her children she planned to photograph the Clifton Suspension Bridge that day so she could paint it later.

But when it came to pick her children up at the end of lessons, she didn't show.

The remains of Ms Morgan were later found in a copse near Backwell.

The remains of Ms Morgan were later found in a copse near Backwell, North Somerset, four months later. She had been stabbed multiple times.

There have been two reviews of the case but now, exactly 35 years since her disappearance, police say they have come into possession of two postcards which may be significant.

The two postcards.

They are from a charity calendar printed in the 1980s. It had 12 tear-off images. One for each month.

One image shows the Clifton Suspension Bridge - where she was heading. Another shows St Andrew's Church at Backwell - near where she was found.

On the 35th anniversary of Shelley Morgan's disappearance, her sister has released a hard-hitting victim-impact statement told from Shelley's point-of-view.