POLICE continue to consult with Bosham residents after the murder of Valerie Graves in December.
After a week of ‘street briefings’, and vowing to speak with every Bosham resident, police are holding another week of surgeries in the village.
The briefings allow residents to meet with police and discuss any concerns – but it is also a chance for people to come forward with information about the Bosham murder.
This comes as police announced a £10,000 reward to anyone who comes forward with information which leads to the conviction of Miss Graves’ killer.
Miss Graves, 55, was killed in a house in Smugglers Lane, where she was house-sitting on December 30.
Three months later police are still hunting the killer.
Residents can meet with police each day from today (March 24) until Friday (March 28) at the Bosham Craft Centre in Bosham Lane from 11am until midday, and the Co-op Store in Delling Lane, from 7pm until 8pm.