Sabina Nyssa left the house last Friday, September 17, around 8:30 p.m. According to the Daily Mail informers, she was going on her first date with a man she had met through a dating site. However, she did not make it to the meeting.
Police said a 28-year-old teacher was attacked in London on Friday on her way to a pub. The woman’s body was found by a passerby on Saturday in Kidbrooke Park in London. The police arrested him, but after questioning he was released. An autopsy was performed on Monday, but it did not lead to a decision on the cause of death.
Sabina Nysa was killed early in the evening when there were many pedestrians in the park. Officers appealed to people who may have been in the area at the time of the accident. The police are also requesting car camera recordings.
“My love and prayers to everyone who knew Sabina,” wrote Labor Party member Zara Sultana.
The British are shocked. And leaflets were distributed in the streets calling for caution after dark and to avoid places with little exposure to light.
Sabina’s death reminds us of the tragic story of Sarah Everard. The woman disappeared, and then her body was found in the woods. A policeman was charged with the crime. This killing restarted public debate about women’s safety and comfort.
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