Detectives in Northern Ireland have reopened an investigation into the murder of a father-of-five shot dead on his way to work in east Belfast 20 years ago.
Police said the decision was taken after new information emerged during a review of the cold case file on the killing of Joseph Reynolds in 1993.
The 40-year-old from west Belfast was on his way to Shorts aircraft factory, where he worked as a subcontractor painter, when his van was ambushed by UVF gunmen.
The vehicle had stopped at a pedestrian crossing on Sydenham Road to allow two men to cross.
The two men, who were wearing blue boiler suits and flat caps, walked across the road at Fraser Street, but when they drew level with the van they opened fire with a handgun and a rifle.
At the same time, another man in a stolen light blue Astra car, which had pulled up behind the van, also opened fire.
Mr Reynolds's workmates managed to get the van to the Shorts factory where medical assistance was provided, but he was pronounced dead.
Three of the seven other men in the van, four relatives and three workmates, were also injured.
A number of arrests were made in the original police investigation, but no one was ever charged.
Police are distributing leaflets and posters in various parts of east Belfast today and asking for help from the local community.
Detective Chief Inspector Karen Baxter said: "There was something about Joseph being shot on his way to work in broad daylight in front of relatives and workmates which chilled people.
"Joseph left a wife and five children. He was widely respected in the community, far beyond his native west Belfast.
"I would ask those people with information in east Belfast who can assist this renewed investigation to do the right thing and tell us what they know."