Appeal for clothing renewed

OFFICERS hunting for the Suffolk prostitute killer repeated their appeal for the public to help them find clothing belonging to the women this morning.

OFFICERS hunting for the Suffolk prostitute killer repeated their appeal for the public to help them find clothing belonging to the women this morning.

DCS Stewart Gull said: “We have received many calls relating to items of clothing, thanks to the media coverage. Our job now is to prioritise these.

“We are making specific appeals for information in relation to clothing worn by Tania Nicol and Gemma Adams.

“When she was last seen on October 30 Tania was wearing a light-coloured top, mid-blue cut-off jeans and pink, sparkly high-heeled shoes.


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“Gemma, who was last seen on November 15, was wearing a black waterproof waist-length jacket with a hood and a zip up the front, light-blue jeans with studs on the pockets, a red top and white and chrome Nike trainers. She was carrying a black bag.

“If anyone sees any of the items please contact us immediately.”

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Police still do not know what third victim Anneli Alderton or the two other women were wearing when they went missing.

Officers are still trying to establish where they were last seen.

DCS Gull added: “We want to know where Anneli was and who she was with between Sunday December 3, when we believe she caught a train from Harwich to Colchester, and when she was seen on Thursday December 7 (at Nacton) and mistaken for a mannequin.”

He continued: “I would like to also make an appeal in relation to the site where the two bodies were found on Tuesday.

“There are two lay-bys on the Old Felixstowe Road, just a few hundred yards from the site where the bodies were found.

“We know these are well used by passing motorists. I want to hear from anyone who saw any suspicious activity in these lay-bys.”

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