Fresh bid to find Coleraine pensioner's killer


A Northern Ireland pensioner may have been the victim of a random stabbing after his killer had a row with a friend or relative, police have said.

Norman Moffatt, 73, was walking home after buying a paper in a local shop in Coleraine, County Londonderry, 10 years ago when he was attacked.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Crawford said Mr Moffatt may have been "a convenient victim for a ruthless killer".

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