Sabina Nessa was supposed to meet her friend in the pub. The young teacher left her home last Friday, September 17, around 8.30 PM. The journey took about 5 minutes. However, she did not appear at the meeting. “Sabina never made it to the pub. She was probably murdered while walking through the park,” the officers said.
The woman’s body was found by one of the passers-by in Cator Park. The man who found them was questioned and put in police custody, but was later released.
During the investigation, the officers appealed to the people who were at the crime scene at that time to provide access to car cameras. They reported that they “use every possible resource to find the person responsible” for the tragedy. Another man was also published, possibly related to the death of a 28-year-old teacher.
The latest BBC information shows that the police detained a 38-year-old man on suspicion of murdering. The arrest of the suspect man was described by the police as “significant progress” in solving the tragedy.
In response to the death of the 28-year-old, leaflets are distributed on the streets of London instructing women on how to increase their safety. The leaflet, which is based on information from the police, advises pedestrians to stay in busy areas with good lighting. Authorities have issued more than 200 such warnings in the past two days.
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Source: BBC, Daily Mail
Creation date: September 26, 2021, 09:46