The parents of a County Armagh woman who was murdered say they fear her killer may have fled across the border.
32-year-old Natalie McNally was stabbed, beaten and strangled on December 18th in Lurgan, in Northern Ireland.
She was fifteen weeks pregnant at the time.
Nobody has ever been charged with her murder and the killer is still at large.
The PSNI has released two CCTV clips of a suspect in the investigation into the murder of Natalie McNally.
Crimestoppers is offering £20k for info that leads to arrest/conviction.
The suspect walking out of Silverwood Green, Lurgan on Sunday 18th December at 9.30pm ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/LnTgcrJO8Z
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South Of The Border
Natalie's dad Noel says he fears the killer may have left Northern Ireland:
"There's been a few arrests, outside the Lurgan area."
Noel says he hasn't been given any information about the people who were arrested apart from their ages.
"If they can flee from this area, they can flee to any part of Ireland - even over the border."
Details of the Police Service of Northern Ireland appeal for information are here.