The daughters of a Dublin woman who was murdered over 30 years ago are appealing for her killer to come forward.
27 year old Antoinette Smith went missing on Dublin’s O’Connell Street after attending a David Bowie concert in Slane on July 12th 1987.
Nine months later her body was found in a remote location outside Enniskerry in Co. Wicklow.
Gardaí are today launching a fresh appeal for information.
The family of Antoinette Smith joining Gardaí at Bray Garda Station to appeal for information on her murder. Antoinette went missing after attending a David Bowie concert in Slane in 1987. 9 months later her body was found in Enniskerry. pic.twitter.com/obLzOX5Fej
— Shane Beatty (@ShaneBeattyNews) July 12, 2019
Antoinette’s daughter Lisa was 7 when her mother was killed
She says growing up without her mother was hard, " the milestones like going to school, going to big school, confirmation, going to secondary school- the types of things you need your mam for. You're very aware when you see your friends with their parents that my mammy's not here. It was hard, I'd be lying if I said it wasn't."