Police fear Sabina Nessa’s killer could strike AGAIN after teacher murdered 5 minutes from home.

DETECTIVES investigating the murder of Sabina Nessa fear her killer could strike again.

Officers believe the “brilliant” primary school teacher was killed by a stranger in Cator Park, South East London, just five minutes away from her home on Saturday.

Cops think she was "approached by an individual and fatally attacked" on Friday night, whilst walking to meet up with friends at a local bar.

Met detectives today said the 28-year-old left home on Astell Road in Greenwich just before 8.30pm on September 17.

She is believed to have been making her way through Cator Park towards The Depot bar on Pegler Square, Kidbrooke Village, where she planned to meet a friend.

The journey should have taken her five minutes, but Sabina never arrived and cops believe she was murdered as she walked through the park.

Her body was found close to the OneSpace community centre within the park at around 5.30pm the next day, September 18.

But officers have now expressed a concern that another attack by her killer “could” take place.

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Police fear Sabina Nessa’s killer could strike AGAIN after ‘stranger’ murdered teacher, 28, in park 5 minutes from home
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