A 28-year-old London primary school teacher was murdered last week while she was headed to a pub to meet a friend. Sabina Nessa left her home on Friday a little before 8:30 pm to meet a friend at a bar five minutes away in Pegler Square, reports Yahoo News. However, she never made it there and her body was found buried under a pile of leaves in Cator Park the next day by a dog walker, reports The Washington Post. Investigators believe she was killed as she walked through the park to meet her friend.
“Sabina’s journey should have taken just over five minutes but she never made it to her destination,” Joe Garrity, the Detective Inspector said in a press release. “We know the community are rightly shocked by this murder — as are we — and we are using every resource available to us to find the individual responsible.”
At this time, two unnamed men have been arrested. Investigators also released images of a third man they would like to bring in and question.
Sabina Nessa lived with her father who is a chef at an Indian restaurant. Her sister tweeted that Sabina was a “beautiful talented & caring sister” and her “inspiration.”