Rail users quizzed in murder case Police officers have talked to rail passengers at Manningtree station Police investigating the murder of protitutes prostitutes in Suffolk have been talking to passengers at stations used by one of the victims.
Police have been speaking to people at railway stations at Dovercourt, Manningtree, Colchester and Ipswich. She may have got on a train from there to Ipswich chicas chat GMT.
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Anneli Alderton pictured on a train on 3 December CCTV xolchester At each station they stopped everyone alicia charleston escort in and out to see if they could help police with their inquiries. The passengers were all shown pictures of Ms Alderton, from Colchester, Essex, with her long blonde hair loose.
They were asked if they were travelling on the same train as her two weeks ago on Sunday and whether they spotted her as she passed through Manningtree station. They also prostotutes people pictures of separated wm looking for wf four other dead women to see if they recognised them. Map: Where the bodies were found Police have also been following up le from motorists and pedestrians who were quizzed in the town's red light area.
The police declined to confirm or deny reports a sex personal in gordon town officer had been a client of two of the murder victims. Meanwhile, officers are sifting through information gathered from stopping motorists and pedestrians in the Burlington and Colchesfer Road areas of Ipswich on Saturday evening. It is believed another victim, year-old Paula Clennell, was working in the area seven days earlier.
Her naked body was found in woods at Levington on 12 December. Asst Ch Const Jacqui Cheer said officers hoped to stage a reconstruction of the last known movements of one of the victims later this week. Meanwhile, former home office minister Fiona Mactaggart has urged ministers to latina houston escorts out a plan to legalise small brothels.
The idea was included in January's prostitution strategy for England, but it has yet to be implemented. Ms Mactaggart told BBC News the murder of five women in Suffolk showed the need for urgent changes in the law to protect prostitutes.