Police share CCTV pictures of man they want to speak to over Sabina Nessa’s murder

The Met has also released a picture of a car they believe the man has access to

The Metropolitan Police has released CCTV pictures of a man they want to speak to in connection with Sabina Nessa’s murder.

Pictures of a man walking in Pegler Square, SE3, in London, were shared after a different, 38-year-old, man was arrested last night on suspicion of her murder.

In the pictures, he is wearing a dark hooded jacket, grey trousers, and black trainers with white soles.

Detectives also released a picture of a silver car they believe the man has access to, and appealed for anybody who recognises the pictures to contact them urgently, either by calling the incident room on 0208 721 4266, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

The image of the silver car was also taken in the Pegler Square area of Kidbrooke.

DCI Neil John of the Met’s Specialist Crime Command said: “Our team have been working tirelessly to find the person responsible for Sabina’s murder and this has included an extensive trawl of CCTV, work which remains ongoing.

“We would ask anyone – especially those in Kidbrooke and the wider area of Lewisham and Greenwich – to take a careful look at these images to check whether you know who this man is or have seen him over recent days.

“Any information as to his identity or whereabouts could be vital for our investigation so we are asking you to share this image far and wide to ensure as many people as possible see it.”

Sabina was attacked while walking to meet a friend at a pub near her house in Greenwich on Friday night. Her body was found by a dog walker on Saturday morning, and a post-mortem conducted on Monday was inconclusive.

A man in his 40s was arrested on suspicion of murder, but released under further investigation.

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