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Police investigating Sabina Nessa murder appeal to people in Kent to help identify man in CCTV


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Police investigating the murder of school teacher Sabina Nessa have appealed to people in Kent to try and identify a man caught on CCTV near the scene to see if they recognise him as they expand the net in their bid to solve the case.

The 28-year-old was attacked as she walked from her home in Kidbrooke, in south east London, to meet a friend at a nearby pub on September 17.

Sabina Nessa was killed as she walked close to her home in Kidbrooke. Picture: Met Police
Sabina Nessa was killed as she walked close to her home in Kidbrooke. Picture: Met Police

Met Police chiefs say "urgent enquiries" are continuing to identify a man seen on CCTV shortly before the murder took place.

It is thought that the man is shown holding a reflective red item in the CCTV footage.

Her death has once again ignited the debate over the safety of women on our streets following the murder of Sarah Everard by Wayne Couzens - a Met Police officer who lived in Deal.

Hundreds of people gathered in London last night for a vigil to remember Sabina; a gathering replicated around the country, including in Margate.

Two men have been arrested and released under investigation.

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 020 8721 4266, tweet @MetCC or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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