Bella Wright 'green bicycle' murder recreated in Leicestershire
Relatives of a woman murdered almost 100 years ago joined an annual bike ride held in her honour.
Bella Wright, 21, was found dead in Stretton, Leicestershire, in July 1919 after visiting her uncle.
A suspect on a green bicycle had been seen with Ms Wright by witnesses earlier that day.
Former soldier Ronald Light was acquitted at a trial for her murder - but debate over his guilt still rages today.
Ms Wright's relatives joined the 16-mile ride to the scene of the crime, where events leading up to Ms Wright's death were recreated by actors.
19 May 2016
- From the section Leicester