A murder investigation team that are currently re-examining evidence following the murder of a woman in Radnage 20 years ago want more people to come forward.

On the 20th anniversary of the death of Janet Brown – just over six weeks ago – Thames Valley Police announced a fresh appeal for information in light of a DNA breakthrough.

The mother-of-three was found dead in her home in Radnage, near Chinnor, on April 11, 1995, and she was believed to have been killed the night before.

The devastating discovery sent shockwaves through the village and police have recently offered a potential reward of £20,000 for information.

Although investigators say there is nothing they can report at this stage, they are hopeful more people will be encouraged to come forward.

If you have information, call the Major Crime Investigation Review Team on 101 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.