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Cold case woman Sue Llewellyn-Jones was a 'role model'

14 November 2013 Last updated at 16:44 GMT

A former employee of a woman who went missing more than 30 years ago has spoken of his shock at the reinvestigation into her disappearance.

Marc Adams-Jones was a manager at Churchills Hotel in Cardiff, which was owned by Sue Llewellyn-Jones and her husband, Adrian.

Mrs Llewellyn-Jones, 34, went missing on 14 April 1980 after being taken to Cardiff Central station by her husband. She was heading for London.

Mr Adams-Jones told BBC Radio Wales' Nelli Bird she was a "driven business woman" and a role model.

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