Detectives probing the unsolved murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson are still interviewing potential witnesses every few days.
Police revealed the latest activity in the high-profile case to the Press and Journal ahead of the 14th anniversary of the shocking crime tomorrow.
The force confirmed that a further 89 statements – an average of one every four days – had been taken in connection with the investigation since November last year.
The evidence has been gathered by officers amid a period of renewed publicity surrounding the case.
A year ago, Mr Wilson’s wife Veronica spoke to the BBC in her first broadcast interview for 12 years, saying her family still hoped for answers that would help them to move on from “this dark shadow”.
Meanwhile, former Metropolitan Police detective Peter Bleksley has hit the headlines while researching a book he has written on the case, called To Catch A Killer.
Mr Wilson was shot three times on the doorstep of the family’s home in Nairn’s Crescent Road on Sunday, November 28, 2004.
Doctors battled to save the life of the 30-year-old banker, but he later died at Raigmore Hospital.
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A huge hunt for the killer was launched, and the murder weapon, a small Czech-made automatic pistol, was found in a drain several streets away.
But no one has ever been arrested and no motive for the murder of the father-of-two has been established.
Last year, police said they had spoken to a total of 14,000 people in connection with the case to date, taken 3,500 statements, and conducted door-to-door inquiries at more than 1,000 addresses in Nairn.
Yesterday, Detective Superintendent Graeme Mackie said: “The investigation into the murder of Alistair Wilson is active and we continue to review several possible motives around his death and will investigate any new information we receive.
“We also continue to review all of the information which has been gathered over the course of the investigation to identify new lines of enquiry and develop any existing lines of enquiry where there is potential to progress them further.”
He added: “It cannot be stressed often enough that this crime has left a family devastated. Police Scotland is committed to finding the answers for them and bringing the offender to justice.
“Anyone with information that could help our investigation can contact the enquiry team on 0131 311 5916 or if you do not want to speak to the police, you can speak to the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”