Investigators to re-open case of mother who died in Australia

Investigators are to re-open the case of a mother who died in Australia 17 years ago to see if she was murdered.

Mother of two, Angela Reads, was found drowned in a river in 2000, but a coroner ruled he could not be certain whether she committed suicide or was killed.

Angela's mother, Pat Tompkins, from Saltdean (near Brighton), remains convinced her daughter was murdered. After a recent meeting with the Australian High Commissioner, who confirmed that the case will be looked at again, she said: "I will keep fighting for the truth". 

Sources: & Metro Newspaper Monday, May 8, 2017.