• Police release CCTV of new suspect
DETECTIVES investigating the murder of Sabina Nessa have warned the public to call “999 immediately” if they spot a man seen on CCTV near where she was killed.
Scotland Yard yesterday released footage of the man walking outside a block of flats on the evening Sabina, 28, was attacked.
One message left with a bouquet near the scene declared: “Only a coward would hurt someone and then run and hide.”
Primary school teacher Sabina had been on her way to a first date at a pub, The Depot, just five minutes from her home in south-east London when she was killed on the evening of Friday, September 17.
The CCTV footage shows the man, in grey tracksuit bottoms, a dark top, and shoes, walking past a building in Pegler Square, Kidbrooke. He turns to look over his shoulder before appearing to put his hood over his head.
Scotland Yard said: “If a member of the public sees this man, they should not approach him but dial 999 immediately.”
A different man, 38, was released from police custody yesterday pending further investigation. And another man, in his 40s, who was held on Sunday, has also been released pending further inquiries.
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