On the 14th of May 1991, Glenda Potter (32) was found deceased near the United Reformed Church in Crow Lane, Rochester, Kent. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled. Police believe that Glenda Potter's body had been dumped in that location between 8:30 and 9:30 the day she was discovered, but she had been murdered by the night of the 12th.
Glenda was a mother of four who lived in Rochester. She had become involved in sex work and would operate in the Red Light Districts in Chatham and Rochester. It had also been suggested she could have had addiction issues with alcohol and drugs.
Insp Gary Woodward, of Kent Police, said: "We collated a fair bit of DNA at the time, we have continually applied new techniques to that DNA to see if we can get a breakthrough."
There have been arrests in Glenda's murder, but no one had been charged.