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Kate Middleton says she is ‘saddened by the loss of another innocent young woman on our streets’


Kate Middleton says she is ‘saddened by the loss of another innocent young woman on our streets’ as dozens of campaigners against violence turn out to remember Sabina Nessa who was killed while walking just yards from her home

  • Activists against violence to women stood together remembering 28-year-old primary teacher Sabina Nessa
  • Dozens of supporters gathered together just yards from her London home near where she was killed last week
  • The campaigners shared their out-pouring of anger and grief at the senseless and as yet unsolved killing 

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Kate Middleton tonight said she was ‘saddened by the loss of another innocent young woman on our streets’ as dozens of campaigners against violence turned out to remember Sabina Nessa who was killed while walking just yards from her home. 

Campaigners against violence to women stood together tonight to remember Sabina Nessa who was cruelly killed just yards from her south London home.

Dozens of supporters flocked to Kidbrooke Village to honour the of the 28-year-old Primary school teacher who was murder a week ago today.

The campaigners shared their out-pouring of anger and grief at the senseless and as yet unsolved killing – which has shocked Britain.

Women, men and children stood side by side in Pegler Square where Sabina had been walking to when she was attacked and killed at about 8.30pm last Friday evening.

Campaigners against violence to women stood together tonight to remember Sabina Nessa who was cruelly killed just yards from her south London home

Campaigners against violence to women stood together tonight to remember Sabina Nessa who was cruelly killed just yards from her south London home

Dozens of supporters flocked to Kidbrooke Village to honour the of the 28-year-old Primary school teacher who was murder a week ago today

Dozens of supporters flocked to Kidbrooke Village to honour the of the 28-year-old Primary school teacher who was murder a week ago today

Kidbrooke Village residents Roxana Chelaru and husband Ionut told how they no longer feel safe in their home.

Roxana told MailOnline: ‘We live two minutes from where this poor young woman was murdered. We walk our dog in the park where she was killed. Sometimes I walk him there at night when it is dark.

‘We thought this was a nice place to live with other families. But now I don’t feel safe.

‘But tonight we want to show solidarity with this poor woman. This should not happen.’

Husband Ionut added: ‘It’s very sad. Now I am worried about my wife. Often she must walk back from the station alone. After what has happened we don’t want to live here anymore.’

Michael Stacey and wife Seychelle brought their six year old daughter Olivia to the vigil because Sabina Nessa was her teacher.

Mr Stacey, 42, a printer told MailOnline: ‘I don’t know what to say. It’s a terrible thing to happen. She was a lovely woman and a great teacher. Olivia loved her. So we’re here to pay our respects. It’s the least we can do.’ 

Dozens of supporters flocked to Kidbrooke Village to honour the of the 28-year-old Primary school teacher who was murder a week ago today

Dozens of supporters flocked to Kidbrooke Village to honour the of the 28-year-old Primary school teacher who was murder a week ago today

Well-wishers lay floral tributes ahead of a vigil for 28 year-old primary school teacher Sabina Nessa, whose body was found in south east London last week

Well-wishers lay floral tributes ahead of a vigil for 28 year-old primary school teacher Sabina Nessa, whose body was found in south east London last week

Jamie Klingler, co-founder of the Reclaim The Streets pressure group, said Londoners had to come together to defend women against violence.

She told MailOnline: ‘This has been a terrible tragedy and everyone has been affected by this latest act of violence.

‘But the community has come together to stand up against violence to women.’

The vigil took place just yards from where a man wanted by police has been captured on CCTV around the time of the killing.

The film shows a white man in his 40’s, dressed in a black hooded sweat-shirt, grey jogging bottoms and black trainers, leaving the scene.

He appears to hide his face from the CCTV cameras which are mounted on the wall of an apartment block in the upmarket development’s main square.

Met Police have now identified this man as their prime suspect in the murder of Miss Nessa.

Experts have sealed off large parts of the park as their murder investigation continues. Pictured above: forensics tent in Cator Park in Kidbrooke, south east London, where the teacher was found dead

Experts have sealed off large parts of the park as their murder investigation continues. Pictured above: forensics tent in Cator Park in Kidbrooke, south east London, where the teacher was found dead

Meanwhile a specialist search team scoured flower pots and drains around the square for clues to the murder.

Other uniform officers kept a low profile during the vigil.

Scotland Yard wanted to avoid a repeat of the disastrous scene earlier this year during a vigil for murder victim Sarah Everard.

Met chiefs were accused of being heavy-handed with female demonstrators at the height of Covid-19 restrictions, when large public gatherings were banned.

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