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A 36-year-old woman found on Ilford Street died after a "horrible assault" when an investigation into the murder began.

An investigation into the murder began after the death of a woman who had been "terrified" assaulted.

The Metropolitan Police Departmentwas summoned by a seriously injured woman. London borough ofRedbridgeat 2:44 am on Sunday.

The 36-year-old victim was seriously injured and taken to the hospital and died late in the morning.

Police said the victim was attacked by walking along Cranbrook Road towards Ganzhill Station during the deadly attack.

She has not yet been officially identified, but her family has been contacted. No arrests have been made.

Stuart Bell, Assistant Commissioner, who heads the Eastern Regional Basic Command of the Metropolitan Police Department, said:

"Women were sadly assaulted and died sadly as a result of their injuries.

" From a very early Sunday morning, an urgent need to identify a woman. Investigations are underway.

"No formal identification has been conducted at this time, but the female family is informed and supported by specially trained officers.

"A team of dedicated officers is working at a pace to see what happened and identify the person responsible.

" Includes a full forensic study of the site and surrounding area, home-to-home inquiries, and a focus on identifying all available CCTVs. ”

Metropolitan Museum Specialist Mark Rogers, Chief Criminal Police Department of the North Crimes Command, is leading the investigation.

He said police officers need to talk to all possible witnesses and those who have information about the incident.

"Anyone who was in Ilford's Cranbrook Road area between 2am and 3am on Sunday is calling for contact. Drive through this area and drive recorder footage.

"I also want to hear from people who have seen suspicious things overnight in a larger area of ​​Ilford."

Anyone with information or footage, or witnesses, will be asked to call the main case room at 0208 345 3715. Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously at 0800555111 or online.