The two daughters of a woman murdered 26 years ago have appealed for any outstanding information relating to their mother's killing.
Antoinette Smith was 27 when she was abducted, murdered and buried in the Dublin mountains in the early hours of 12 July 1987.
She had just come back from a David Bowie concert in Slane, Co Meath, and was last seen on Dublin's O'Connell Street at 2.15am.
Her body was found on Glendoo Mountain in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, eight months later in April 1988.
Gardaí say they particularly want to speak to two men who got a taxi with a young woman on Westmoreland Street and travelled to the Yellow House pub in Rathfarnham.
They are also looking to speak to two men who were spotted in the Cruagh Wood area later that morning.
Gardaí are seeking to find Antoinette's red and black Texaco sports bag, which she had at the time and which has never been recovered.
Her daughters Lisa and Rachel, who were just seven and four at the time, said they were confident someone somewhere had information.
They said they wanted to find the killer to get justice for their mother.