Police investigating the homicide of a Saudi scholar in Essex try to hint a person who might have adopted her 4 days earlier than she was killed.
Witnesses stated the person walked behind two ladies, together with one who might have been sufferer Nahid Almanea, at round H.45am on Friday, June thirteen.
He was seen following the pair as they got here out of a home in Stanley Wooster Way, Colchester, based on officers.
Detectives have appealed to him to return ahead.
He is described as white, in his 30s, round 5ft 10in tall, and with brief, darkish hair.
He was dressed casually and was sporting darkish denims. He additionally had an area Colchester accent.
Anyone who might help is requested to contact the incident room on 01245 282103.
It is every week since Ms Almanea was stabbed sixteen occasions and left to die as she walked alongside a quiet footpath within the city.
She was attacked on the Salary Brook Trail at round 10.40am on Tuesday, June 17.
More than one hundred cops from Essex, Kent and the Metropolitan Police are concerned within the investigation into Ms Almanea’s killing, in addition to profilers from the National Crime Agency.
Officers are but to seek out the homicide weapon and are retaining an “open thoughts” about potential hyperlinks between Ms Almanea’s dying and that of James Attfield in Colchester two months in the past.
Mr Attfield, 33, was stabbed 102 occasions on his arms, palms, again, neck and head in what police described as a “mindless and frenzied” assault.
Police have stated they don’t have proof that the killings are linked or that a serial killer is concerned.