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A 36-year-old woman died after a "brutal" attack on the street as police began investigating a murder case

Police have begun investigating a murder case, killing a woman who was attacked by a "horrible assault" on the street.

The Metropolitan Police Departmentwas called by the London Emergency Service this morning at 2.44am and was informed that a woman was seriously injured in Ilford, East London.

A 36-year-old woman was taken to the hospital, but despite the best efforts of her doctor and doctor, she died sadly later this morning.

The crime scene remains intact.

Councilor Khayer Chowdhury, a member of the Redbridge Cabinet's Crime, Security and Community Cohesion, said: 16}

Investigations are underway after a woman died of a serious head injury following a "brutal" attack (


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"Police are doing everything they can to support their families. Reassuring today's community Because of the extensive police presence. If anyone sees something or has information, please contact the police. "

Stuart Bell, head of the Mets East Area BCU The chief said: Detective of the Specialist Crime Directorate.

"The woman was terrifiedly assaulted and sadly died as a result of her injury.

" Urgent investigations are underway very early on. Sunday morning, woman Although no formal identification has been made at this time, the female family has been notified and is assisted by specially trained police officers.

"A full-time police officer Identify what happened to the team to establish at a pace, including a complete forensic study of the site and surrounding area, home-to-home inquiries, and all CCTVs available. Includes a focus on the identification of. No arrests have been made at this time.

"Locals see significant police presence in the area today and within a few days.

"I understand that this is a very tragic event for women, especially in the local area. I advise you to be vigilant, but don't worry.

Mark Rogers, Chief Criminal Police Officer of the North Command for Crimes at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, led the investigation, saying:

"We are calling on everyone who was in the Cranbrook Road area of ​​Ilford between 02:00 and 03:00 on Sunday morning to be contacted, and more. I would also like to contact people who have seen suspicious things overnight in the large Ilford area. "

Anyone with information or footage, or witnesses, is the main case room at 0208 3453715. You will be asked to call.

Or anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers at 0800555111 or online They never ask for your name. You cannot track your phone, your IP address, or the device you use.

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