A rally has taken place in Co Armagh in memory of a pregnant woman who was murdered last month and called for an end to violence against women.

Around 1,000 people gathered for the demonstration in Lurgan where 32-year-old Natalie McNally was stabbed to death before Christmas.

She was 15 weeks pregnant with a baby boy.

The protest was organised by the National Women's Council.

Police investigating the murder have made several arrests but no-one has been charged in connection with the killing.

Detectives have released CCTV footage of a suspect seen walking towards Ms McNally's home on Sunday 18 December, the night she was murdered.

He was carrying a rucksack and police believe that Ms McNally may have known her killer.

The night she was murdered was the same night as the World Cup Final.

PSNI officers today renewed their appeal for help from the public.

"I appeal to anyone who noticed someone they know acting strangely that night to come and speak to us," said Detective Chief Inspector Neil McGuinness.

"Maybe you recognise the rucksack or noticed that a rucksack was missing for a period of time or indeed is still missing.

"The suspect captured in the CCTV footage has an unusual gait."

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Police have praised the McNally family for their efforts to keep the case in the public eye.

Family members spoke of the impact of the horrific murder on them.

A £20,000 reward is also being offered by an anti-crime charity for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Ms McNally's killer.

Members of the family addressed the large crowd and a video of Natalie McNally was played.

It featured videos of her as a small child through to adulthood.

It included images of her getting a hospital scan of her pregnancy and the 15-week-old baby boy she'd already named Dean.

Her family said it was how they wanted her to be remembered.