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A primary school teacher was named today as the victim of a murder in a park full of joggers and dog walkers.
Police believe a stranger may have targeted Sabina Nessa, 28, before unloading her body, who has been hiding in Cator Park in south-east London for nearly 24 hours.
Another woman murdered in a senseless act of brutal violence.
Sabina Nessa: say her name.
— Mandu Reid (@ManduReid) September 20, 2021
The agents were called at 5:32 p.m. Saturday after the teacher’s body was found near OneSpace Community Center, a popular neighborhood for families and dog sitters in Kidbrooke.
Last night, investigators called witnesses who were hanging out or behaving suspiciously in the park around 8:30 p.m. on Friday, September 17, when they believe she was murdered.
Police said they were open to the murder and would investigate any possible investigation.
The first-grade teacher had worked for just over a year at Rushey Green Elementary School, three miles away in Catford.
Before obtaining his first teaching post, he studied sociology at the University of Greenwich in South East London and completed a postgraduate course at the University of Bedfordshire.
Miss Nessa also had a Cambridge diploma in teaching English as a foreign language.
Scotland Yard said last night that authorities observed “a series of crime scenes” linked to the death.
A 40-year-old man was arrested for murder just hours after his body was found on Saturday. But yesterday he was released after an investigation pending further investigation.
The autopsy at the Greenwich Mortuary yesterday was inconclusive. Now more body tests will be done.
Investigators said his family had been informed of the murder. Last night, a relative at the family’s two-family home in Sandy, Bedfordshire, said they were too upset to talk about it.
Chief Inspector Joe Garrity of Crime Specialist Command added: “Our initial investigations indicate that this attack took place on Friday April 17th.
“Sabina was found near the OneSpace Community Center, a facility that many people use, and we asked everyone in or around the area to submit information.
“Did you see anyone loitering or acting suspiciously?” Or did you see someone run away from the area, maybe run away? If you have any information, it is important that you share it with us.
“We are working day and night to bring justice to this young woman’s family and we need your help.”
Chief Superintendent Trevor Lawry, Chief Superintendent of Greenwich Local Police said: “Our hearts go out first to Sabina’s family and friends and we will continue to offer our support.”
He added: “We know this incident will affect those who live and work in the community. You can expect some very visible patrols for the next few days.”