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A woman dies from a head injury after a "horrible" street attack in East London where police have begun investigating a murder case


Killed on the street

COPS began investigating the murder after a woman died of a head injury in a "horrible" street attack.

Police were called by the London Emergency Services at 2:44 am this morning to a seriously injured woman found on Cranbrook Road in Ilford.

A 36-year-old woman was taken to the hospital with a serious head injury.

She died late Sunday morning, despite the best efforts of the doctors who first attended the scene and the doctors at the hospital.

The crime scene remains intact.

The victim was walking along Cranbrook Road towards Ganzhill Station when the attack was made.

Stuart Bell, Assistant Commissioner, who heads the BCU in the eastern part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, said:

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

" Early Sunday morning, an urgent investigation to identify women It has been done. No formal identification has been made at this time, but the female family has been notified and has specially trained support. Officers.

"Full-time A team of executives are working at a pace to see what happened and identify the person responsible for this, a complete forensic study of the field and surrounding area, from home to home. Inquiries to, focused on identifying everyone. Available CCTV. No arrests have been made at this time.

"Locals are today and in the coming days, You will see the presence of important police in the area.

"I advise women, especially in the local area, to be vigilant as this is a very tragic event. But you don't have to be vigilant. "

Mark Rogers, Chief Criminal Police Officer of the Criminal North Command at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, led the investigation, saying: 45}

"Anyone who was in Ilford's Cranbrook Road area between 2am and 3am on Sunday is calling to stay in touch. Go through this area and take a dash cam footage. I would also like to contact people who have seen suspicious things overnight in the wider Ilford area. ”

Anyone who has information or footage, or Witnesses are asked to call the main case room at 0208 3453715.

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