A 38-year-old man arrested on suspicion of killing Sabina Nessa has been released under investigation as hundreds of mourners prepared to pay tribute at a vigil on Friday.
The two men, who were arrested on suspicion of murder in recent days, have now been released for further investigation, while police are searching for a third man captured on the CCTV where the primary school teacher was murdered.
Ms Nessa, 28, was on her way to visit a friend at a pub near her home in Kidbrook, southeast London, last Friday when she was fatally attacked at a nearby cater park.
The next day his body was discovered by a member of the public, which was hidden under a pile of leaves.
The Metropolitan Police released footage and pictures of the person they want to talk to, which showed Ms Nessa being attacked as she strolled through Pegler Square in the evening.
A 12-second clip shows a bald man wearing a black hooded coat and gray jeans, holding an orange object, looking over his shoulder and pulling up his hood as he walks down a path.
Detectives have also released an image of a silver car, which has been captured in the same area they believe the person has access to and appealed to anyone who could immediately be used by force. Identifies to contact.
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe urged anyone who knows the person to be contacted.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil John of the Met Specialist Crime Command said a “comprehensive investigation” of CCTVs in the area was underway and added that information on the man’s identity and whereabouts could be “critical” to the investigation.
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