London police on Sunday arrested the 36-year-old man who killed 28-year-old Sabina Nessa, a British man, who died last week in a park in the capital. The suspect was arrested in East Sussex in northeast London and remanded in police custody.
Med police did not say whether they had been actively searching for the man, who was found near the scene of the abduction on CCTV tape, for several days. Two other people, a 38-year-old man and another under the age of 40, were arrested without prior involvement before being released at Scotland Yard.
Missing the teacher in south-east London, she left home and went to a bar five minutes away. According to the British news agency PA, a passerby found his body the next day, around 5:30 pm, in a nearby park. Violent death shocks England. After the rape and assassination of Sarah Eveard last March, this young teacher disappeared with a sense of insecurity in the British capital. A crime committed by a police officer who also represents British public opinion.
Tribute from hundreds of Londoners
In this dramatic context, hundreds of Londoners gathered on Friday evening with bouquets, candles or signs, particularly “shocked” by the events surrounding Sabina Nessa’s mother, who placed a candle in front of Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the door of 10 Downing Street, addressing the victim’s relatives.
Sabina Nessa, 28, has been a teacher at Rushni Green Primary School in Gatford, south-east London, for more than a year. Facility Manager Lisa Williams said In the British daily The Independent Sabina Nessa “kind, caring and completely dedicated to her students”
Police said she was single and childless and lived in Lewisham, a suburb of London. Her father is a cook in an Indian restaurant. One of his two sisters paid tribute to him on Twitter: “I never had the inspiration to put myself forward and for someone to drop me.”
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