On the frosty and foggy first Sunday morning in April, Victor Green, whilst walking his dog, Sandy, along a riverbank in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, believes he sees a woman's body floating in the river. He photographs the scene and contacts the local police.
Glen Procter, having read press and seen media reports of the incident, contacts the police: at the time of the sighting he was jogging there and had filmed the vicinity. At around the same time a nearby manor is burgled and ghostly images of a young woman are recorded on CCTV cameras at the property's gates.
A week later, Victor Green on his early morning walk with Sandy, discovers the body of young woman in the river. The conundrum for the CID: are the photographs, the video and CCTV images, the robbery, and the death interrelated?