The Metropolitan Police said schoolteacher Sabina Nessa was on her way to a local pub to visit a friend when she was murdered.
Authorities believe the 28-year-old was walking from her home address on Estelle Road in south-east London shortly before 8.30 p.m. on 17 September, and from Cater Park to the Depot Bar on Pegler Square in Kidbrook Village. was going
Ms Nessa did not arrive at the pub and officials believe she was murdered while making her way through the park.
The Depot Bar is only a five-minute walk from Ms. Nessa’s home address.
Detective Inspector Joe Garrity said the ongoing police investigation is making “good progress” as specialist officers and staff remain at the scene in Kidbrook to continue inquiries.
“Sabina’s journey should have taken just five minutes, but she never reached her destination. We know the community is absolutely shocked by this murder – just as we are – and we are using every resource available to us to find the person responsible,” said Detective Inspector Garrity.
Officials continue to appeal for more information on Ms Nessa’s murder.
The schoolteacher’s body was found near the OneSpace Community Center in Cater Park at around 5.30 pm on Saturday, 18 September.
Ms Nessa’s cousin Jubail Ahmed said Ms Nessa’s family was “devastated” by her death.
A post-mortem examination conducted at the Greenwich morgue on Monday, 20 September was inconclusive.
Anyone with information should call the event room on 0208 721 4266 or Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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