Homicide investigators trying to piece together how Jane Furlong was killed have released re-enactment footage of the last night the Auckland prostitute was seen alive.
The footage is taken from a 1993 Crimewatch episode which shows the movements of Miss Furlong, played by an actress, and her boyfriend Danny Norsworthy, who plays himself, on the evening of May 26, 1993.
Ten days prior the couple had moved into their first flat in Onehunga and Jayne was excited about the move.
About 8pm on the night she disappeared the couple shared a cab into central Auckland and Jayne got out at Karangahape Road.
Mr Norsworthy, who normally kept an eye on his girlfriend while she worked, left the area for half an hour to attend to their car which had broken down the previous day.
When he returned at 8.30pm Miss Furlong was gone.
Mr Norsworthy assumed she was busy with a client, but when she hadn't shown up by the following morning he contacted police.
Almost 19 years later her skeleton was found poking out of the dunes at Port Waikato in May.
Police have relaunched a homicide investigation and want to hear from anyone who may have seen the young woman on the night she disappeared.
The day after she went missing Jayne was due to testify at the trial of Stephen Collie, who was later found guilty of sexual offences against seven prostitutes and jailed for 16 years.
She was also a witness in another gang-related murder trial.
Her mother, Judith Furlong, described her daughter as vivacious and wants someone brought to justice over her death.
"No one has the right to take someone else's life," she said.
The footage can be viewed on the New Zealand Police website.