Once again London comes under the vicious circles of criminal activities. A woman named Sabina Nisa gets murdered. Inasmuch, police have arrested a 38-year-old man on suspicion of killing Sabina Nisa a primary school teacher who was found dead in London Park. According to the Associated Press, Sabina Nisa’s murder has raised concerns that women are not safe on city streets.
As a matter of fact, Sabina Nisa is thought to have been killed while visiting a friend at the Pub a few minutes away from her home in south London. Unfortunately, Sabina never arrived at the pub and is thought to have been murdered on Friday night as she walked through the park.
Sabina Nisa’s body was found dead on Saturday evening, September 18, at about 5:30 pm near the OneSpace Community Center inside Cater Park in Kidbrooke, Southeast London.
In this connection, furthermore, Police said Thursday night they had arrested a man near London on suspicion of murder. However, Police have not charged the man and his name has not been released. They wanted to talk to him as part of the investigation. On the other hand, police also released photos of another person. The one who can be the real murderer of Sabina Nisa.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil John Our team is working tirelessly to find the person responsible for Sabina’s murder, including an extensive CCTV troll, to be continued.
“We’re going to ask anyone – especially in the vast area of Kidbrooke and Lewisham and Greenwich- To look carefully at these pictures to see if you know who this person is or have seen him in recent days.
“Any information about his identity or whereabouts could be important to our investigation. So we’re asking you to share this image remotely so that more people can see it.”
Sabina Nisa died months after the murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard, who was abducted and killed on her way home in south London in March. A duty police officer has confessed to raping and killing him.
The assassination of Sarah Everard shocked the whole of Britain and thousands took to the streets condemning violence against women.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan called violence against women a national “Epidemic”. He said more than 180 women had been killed across England since March 2020. It is a matter of deep concern.