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PCSO Julia James’s assassin ‘left cell phone at house to keep away from detection’

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The killer of PCSO Julia James could have intentionally left their cellphone at house to keep away from being traced as determined police stopped automobiles within the hope of a breakthrough, it was revealed at this time.

An absence of GPS knowledge near the place the mother-of-two was bludgeoned to dying in a Kent village north of Dover means that her attacker is ‘native’ and a person, a supply has claimed.

Mrs James was murdered eight days in the past however no arrests have been made, with Britain’s FBI, the Nationwide Crime Company, introduced in to assist with the forensics search of the fields the place she was discovered lifeless on Tuesday, April 27.

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Because the hunt for the fugitive continues, Kent officers have been stopping drivers in Aylesham, asking them the place they have been on the day she died and taking their names, dates of beginning, addresses, cellphone numbers and registration plates. Such is the panic domestically, canine walkers are being urged to not exit alone and even to hold a rape alarm or strolling stick.

It got here as Julia’s household hit out on the lack of public uproar round her homicide – two months after mass vigils and protests over the kidnapping and homicide of Sarah Everard, who was present in woodland round 25 miles from the place Mrs James died. Her son Patrick visited flowers left in her reminiscence yesterday.

A supply instructed The Solar: ‘Per week is a very long time in a homicide investigation. It is understood intensive cellphone sign and GPS checks have did not find something of notice, main them to suspect he has left it at house on objective.

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‘Cellphone knowledge and evaluation performs an enormous half within the overwhelming majority of homicide investigations. An enormous quantity of effort goes into discovering him. Not taking a cell phone would recommend he is native as he would wish to know the realm.’

PCSO Julia James in Aylesham, Kent, whose physique was found at Akholt Wooden on Tuesday near Snowdown, Kent, with police reportedly unable to hint the killer’s cell phone

Officers stopped drivers in Aylesham, Kent, and were asked what they knew about the murder and where they were on the day Julia died as officers fail to make any arrests

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Officers stopped drivers in Aylesham, Kent, and have been requested what they knew in regards to the homicide and the place they have been on the day Julia died as officers fail to make any arrests

Patrick James, Julia's son, looks at floral tributes left near her family home in Snowdown, near Aylesham, East Kent

Patrick James, Julia’s son, appears to be like at floral tributes left close to her household house in Snowdown, close to Aylesham, East Kent

Julia's heartbroken neighbours, who have praised their kind and funny friend, put candles out in her memory last night

Julia’s heartbroken neighbours, who’ve praised their variety and humorous pal, put candles out in her reminiscence final evening

Julia had finished her shift and headed out from home with her Jack Russell at around 3pm - her body, with her loyal dog sat next to it, was found at 4pm on Tuesday, April 27

Julia had completed her shift and headed out from house along with her Jack Russell at round 3pm – her physique, along with her loyal canine sat subsequent to it, was discovered at 4pm on Tuesday, April 27

Yesterday well-wishers left flowers and lit candles within the village of Aylesham, Kent, near the place Julia, 53, was discovered lifeless close to Canterbury final Tuesday along with her Jack Russell terrier, Toby, unhurt by her aspect. 

It comes lower than two months after hundreds took to the streets to take a stand after Sarah Everard’s physique was discovered simply 25 miles away in Nice Chart, Kent. 

Julia’s cousin Samantha Griffin posted on Fb on Monday: ‘The place is the uproar about my lovely cousin? The place is the large outrage and pouring of despair? The place are the vigils and protests about her homicide?

‘She was strolling her canine, close to her house. Thats all……and any individual should know one thing about what occurred!

‘The one who did this, is strolling our streets and your communities…so let’s arise and ensure we swamp social media along with her lovely face within the hope that we will get data or the vile human who did this decides to carry their arms up. Our household, her buddies and colleagues is not going to relaxation.’

One other relative, Lois Ghost, additionally mentioned in a Fb put up: ‘Any data, nevertheless small could possibly be so helpful – please proceed to share this message and let’s get the monster that did this!’ 

The daughter of the murdered PCSO has urged supporters to gentle a candle on their doorsteps to recollect her every week after she was killed. 

She lit a candle and posted an emotional social media put up saying: ‘There are not any goodbyes for us, wherever you’re, you’ll at all times be in my coronary heart.’

Bethan positioned the blue candle subsequent to a framed image of her mom within the window of her house as hundreds of well-wishers adopted swimsuit as a part of the #justice4julia marketing campaign.

Subsequent to it was a white heart-shaped stone with ‘those we love are at all times in our hearts’ printed on it. 

In the meantime, Residence Secretary Priti Patel wrote on Twitter: ‘Like many others throughout the nation tonight, my ideas and prayers are with Julia’s household, buddies, and colleagues. Please be part of them in lighting a candle at 7pm in her reminiscence.’

And Boris Johnson mentioned final evening: ‘Tonight we bear in mind PCSO Julia James. My ideas are along with her family and friends.’ 

Julia's cousin Samantha Griffin posted on Facebook on Monday: 'Where is the uproar about my beautiful cousin? Where is the huge outrage and pouring of despair? Where are the vigils and protests about her murder?'

Julia’s cousin Samantha Griffin posted on Fb on Monday: ‘The place is the uproar about my lovely cousin? The place is the large outrage and pouring of despair? The place are the vigils and protests about her homicide?’

Julia's daughter Bethan lit a candle and posted an emotional social media post saying: 'There are no goodbyes for us, wherever you are, you will always be in my heart'

Julia’s daughter Bethan lit a candle and posted an emotional social media put up saying: ‘There are not any goodbyes for us, wherever you’re, you’ll at all times be in my coronary heart’

Flowers have been left by mourners near Julia's home following her murder last week

Flowers have been left by mourners close to Julia’s house following her homicide final week

Lit candles and notes were among items left in tribute following the death of Julia last week

Lit candles and notes have been amongst objects left in tribute following the dying of Julia final week

Priti Patel posted on Twitter

Boris Johnson posted on Twitter

Priti Patel and Boris Johnson joined others across the nation to recollect Julia every week on from her dying

A pile of floral tributes was left near Julia's home in Aylesham a week on from her death

A pile of floral tributes was left close to Julia’s house in Aylesham every week on from her dying 

Julia’s uncle urged the general public to ‘assume arduous’ after police signalled they have been no nearer to discovering her killer. 

Sharing a Kent Police Fb put up in regards to the homicide alongside a photograph of Julia on her wedding ceremony day, Michael Turnbull, 65, mentioned: ‘Somebody is aware of one thing however possibly would not realise but. Suppose arduous.’

Mr Turnbull beforehand posted an emotional tribute to Julia on Fb, wherein he pleaded with members of the general public to seek out her ‘monster’ killer.  

It got here as household of the murdered PCSO branded her killer a ‘vile human’ and ‘monster’ and her daughter referred to as for a candlelight doorstep vigil to recollect her on Tuesday at 7pm. 

In the meantime, the pinnacle of the police power investigating the homicide warned folks within the space to ‘be very cautious about going out alone’.

Kent Chief Constable Alan Pughsley’s feedback, made every week after her dying, will strike concern into households residing close to to the crimescene.

He instructed ITV Information Meridian: ‘In the intervening time folks should be very aware, very secure and really cautious about going out alone. We are going to discover out all we will to seek out out whoever did this and produce them to justice.

‘Individuals should be vigilant and should be very cautious.’      

Julia’s daughter Bethan Coles urged buddies and villagers to gentle a candle as a substitute so police sources weren’t diverted away from the investigation.

Julia’s household began a social media marketing campaign to assist preserve consciousness of the homicide investigation within the public eye referred to as #justiceforjulia.

Posting on Fb her daughter Bethan mentioned: ‘I am so grateful for folks sharing posts for #justiceforjulia

‘Various folks have requested about holding a vigil for Mum, and while I’m so grateful for folks wanting to recollect her, I’m very aware that any gathering would should be policed (if it was even allowed), I’ve mentioned this with my household and we’re in settlement that we would like all police sources to be concentrating on the investigation as there may be a lot work to be completed.

‘I have been pondering maybe we might ask those that want to bear in mind Mum to gentle a candle for her and depart it on their doorstep. This is able to be a gorgeous nod to Mum in a method that does not intrude on the Police investigation.

‘It marks every week since we misplaced Mum. At 7pm I’ll gentle a candle for her. #justiceforjulia’ 

Julia James with her son, Patrick Davis, in June 2017, and her daughter Bethan Coles

Julia James along with her son, Patrick Davis, in June 2017, and her daughter Bethan Coles

A lit candle marks one week since the death of Julia, at her family home in Snowdown, near Aylesham, East Kent

A lit candle marks one week because the dying of Julia, at her household house in Snowdown, close to Aylesham, East Kent

Kent Police search officers continue their search of fields near the scene where PCSO Julia James was killed at Akholt Wood. The National Crime Agency has been brought in

Kent Police search officers proceed their search of fields close to the scene the place PCSO Julia James was killed at Akholt Wooden. The Nationwide Crime Company has been introduced in

Julia's daughter Bethan Coles urged people to share the message to light a candle in memory of her mother tonight

Julia’s daughter Bethan Coles urged folks to share the message to gentle a candle in reminiscence of her mom tonight

Reclaim These Streets, a gaggle arrange in gentle of the homicide of Sarah Everard, has additionally referred to as for folks to affix the doorstep candle vigil in reminiscence of the murdered PCSO.

In an announcement posted on Twitter, it mentioned: ‘Per week in the past, PSCO Julia James was murdered whereas out strolling her canine.

‘Our ideas are along with her household, and we’re becoming a member of their name to gentle a candle in your doorstep tonight at 7pm to recollect Julia and to shine a lightweight on the difficulty of girls’s security.’ 

Police search groups are persevering with to scour areas of woodland and fields near the spot on a footpath on the sting of Ackholt Wooden close to Aylesham, Kent.

It got here as terrified households residing close to the trail the place Julia was killed have been suggested to inform family members the place they’re going, and when they are going to be again, earlier than leaving the home.

Locals are additionally being warned to maintain cell phones totally charged and with them always whereas additionally fastidiously planning strolling routes, as police proceed to hunt for the fugitive killer.  

A Kent Police discover posted on Fb issued security recommendation mentioned they ‘perceive if individuals are feeling unsure in the mean time about their security’ after the homicide.

And it urges locals to ‘stay cautious, vigilant and conscious of your environment when you’re out and about’.

A robust police presence remained within the close by village of Aylesham, Kent along with her PCSO colleagues patrolling the streets.

They’ve additionally arrange a particular blue tent within the historic Market Sq. for nervous residents to talk to officers about their issues.

Dover Chief Inspector Dan Carter of Kent Police reassured residents ‘a few of the absolute best detectives within the land’ are attempting to catch the killer.

And though ‘no arrest has been made; we aren’t ruling something out and are open to all potentialities’.

He mentioned in a message to locals: ‘As your district commander, I’m really shocked and saddened by the dying of PCSO Julia James.

‘Julia was effectively appreciated and extremely revered by her colleagues and members of the general public and we’re all devastated by what has occurred. 

Julia was walking her Jack Russell (pictured: Ms James and her dog) at the time of her death. The dog remained at the scene with her body, according to reports

Julia was strolling her Jack Russell (pictured: Ms James and her canine) on the time of her dying. The canine remained on the scene along with her physique, in line with studies

This worrying update from the police told people to let others know where they were going before leaving their homes

This worrying replace from the police instructed folks to let others know the place they have been going earlier than leaving their houses

‘She will likely be fondly remembered and missed by all – my ideas exit to Julia’s household and buddies and to each considered one of you throughout the group at this troublesome time.

‘One of many largest policing groups I’ve identified, together with a few of the absolute best detectives within the land, are working tirelessly, leaving no stone unturned, to carry the offender to justice.

‘Working with our companions, the security of our communities stays our precedence and we urge anybody who has issues to talk with our officers who’re out and about in the local people, or contact us.’

An enchantment for data says it’s ‘vitally vital’ anybody who was within the space on Monday or Tuesday and noticed one thing suspicious, common walkers of the route who observed one thing misplaced or drivers who handed with dashcam footage to come back ahead.

A ‘important uniformed presence’ will likely be within the space and surrounding villages all through the week.

It got here after it emerged on Sunday native police have been conscious of a possible dognapping incident which occurred weeks earlier than Ms James’s dying – with some now suggesting the killing might have been a ‘canine napping gone flawed’.

The warning, printed in a parish journal, urges canine walkers to not exit alone and even to hold an alarm or strolling stick.

Police say the warning was sparked by a report of a suspicious man in a BMW approaching two canine walkers again in March.

The person, regarded as in his 60s, is alleged to have provided to ‘trade’ the pair’s canine for cigarettes.

The warning reads: ‘Canine house owners are warned to be vigilant when your canine is exterior the home. Your canine can’t be safely left unsupervised even in your individual backyard!

‘On Tuesday, March 16, two dog-walkers have been approached – in broad daylight – by a person in his 60s, from a black BMW within the lanes between Nonington and Aylesham, asking to trade their pet canine for cigarettes and did they wish to eliminate the canine anyway!

‘The recommendation is to not be alone, if doable. Further precautions ought to be taken corresponding to strolling with a stick, protecting your canine shut and on a lead, carrying an alarm and having your cell phone totally charged.

‘Please are you able to report any such approaches to police, taking cautious notice of any automotive quantity plates and different figuring out particulars.’

Police officers walk near Ackholt Wood on Sunday as they search for information surrounding the death

Cops stroll close to Ackholt Wooden on Sunday as they seek for data surrounding the dying

Scores of police officers conduct a search in a field next to Ackhold Wood on Sunday as the hunt for her killer continued

Scores of cops conduct a search in a discipline subsequent to Ackhold Wooden on Sunday because the hunt for her killer continued

Police officers search bushes with poles close to the Ackhold Wood on Sunday

Cops search bushes with poles near the Ackhold Wooden on Sunday

Murdered PCSO Julia James’ household together with daughter and grandson go to floral tributes 

Murdered PCSO Julia James’ household have visited floral tributes as police examine whether or not her killing might have had a sexual motive – or if the assault was revenge for her work in stopping home violence.

Julia’s colleagues yesterday pledged to go away ‘no stone unturned’ of their hunt for the killer as Kent Police continued to comb woodland.

In the meantime, Julia’s daughter Bethan Coles, son in regulation Chase Coles and her younger grandson Jaxxon visited a commemorative mining wheel memorial which has been lined in floral tributes from locals in Aylesham, Kent.

The group have been seen kneeling down, inspecting the flowers and studying the handfuls of heartfelt tributes this afternoon.

The Union Flag within the historic Market Sq. in Aylesham has been lowered to half mast in her honour.

It comes as police confirmed revelations that a flasher had made an indecent publicity weeks earlier than she died from ‘blunt power accidents’ was ‘an vital line of enquiry’. 

Aylesham Parish Council chair Mark Townsend introduced the flag down at round 2.30pm yesterday.

He mentioned on the village inexperienced: ‘It is a becoming tribute to somebody who has been an enormously valued member of our group.

We have by no means had something like this occur right here. It is hit this group extraordinarily arduous. There is no fast repair to this.

‘Hopefully the police will get the perpetrator.’

A blue tent has been erected within the village inexperienced as a hub for involved residents to talk to the police. 

Julia’s cousin Sam Griffin merely mentioned ‘our household is heartbroken,’ in an Instagram tribute.

She wrote: ‘My lovely cousin was brutally taken from us on Tuesday.

‘If anybody has any data, irrespective of how small…please report it to Kent Police.’ 

In the meantime, Julia’s uncle Michael Turnbull pleaded for the general public’s assist to ‘discover this monster earlier than he may cause extra grief to a different household’.

Ms James was strolling her Jack Russell on the time of her dying. The canine remained on the scene along with her physique, in line with studies.

A supply instructed the Solar that Ms James’s dying might have been a canine napping gone ‘horribly flawed’.

The supply mentioned: ‘It is doable the assassin was concentrating on her canine but it surely went horribly flawed. 

‘The killer just isn’t going to wish to take a chipped canine realizing he is simply dedicated a homicide.

‘He could have panicked and fled, leaving the canine.’

A Kent Police spokesperson instructed MailOnline: ‘We’re protecting an open thoughts with regard to all doable strains of enquiry.’ 

It comes after the Mail revealed how a feminine canine walker was confronted by a prowler in a van one mile away from the place Ms James was killed.

The lady is alleged to have been accosted by a person in a white transit car as she walked alongside a quiet path within the village of Nonnington, Kent, two weeks in the past. 

The canine walker was allegedly pestered by a person in Nonington as she walked her canine. She managed to distract him earlier than fleeing and shouting out for assist.

It’s also understood PCSOs patrolling the village close to Canterbury have warned girls out strolling their canine to ‘veer from their regular route’ and keep away from the woodland areas after their colleague’s dying.

In the meantime villagers have claimed that there had been a spate of dognapping incidents within the space previous to Ms James’s dying. 

Residents residing between Nonington and Aylesham reported listening to of incidents wherein canine walkers have been attacked as they walked their pets within the surrounding countryside.

Bob Hales, 74, a retired HGV driver, who lives between Aylsham and Nonington mentioned there had been a wave of tried dognappings in surrounding villages in current months.

He mentioned: ‘We did have a little bit spate of tried dognappings round right here, primarily in Wingham.

‘It was in the previous couple of weeks. Apparently there was a van going round with RSPCA on the aspect, but it surely wasn’t actually the RSPCA.

‘I learn about it as a result of my spouse is within the Wingham WI [Women’s Institute].

‘It is fairly regarding. Our canine died just a few years so fortunately we do not have to fret about it a lot.’

Villagers have continued to pay tributes to Ms James. Snowdown Colliery Welfare Male Voice Choir expressed its ‘deepest sympathies’ with the household, buddies and colleagues of Julia.

In a Fb put up on behalf of all members of the choral group, it mentioned: ‘We wish to categorical our deepest sympathies to the household, buddies and colleagues of Julia James after the tragic incident that occurred on Tuesday.

‘Our ideas exit to everybody in the neighborhood who has been affected by these occasions.’

A team of police officers continue to search bushes close to the scene on Sunday

A workforce of cops proceed to look bushes near the scene on Sunday

A police tent can be seen near Ackholt Woodon Sunday as officers search for evidence in the death of PSCO James

A police tent may be seen close to Ackholt Woodon Sunday as officers seek for proof within the dying of PSCO James

Police officers form a line as they search through a field for information near Ackholt Wood on Sunday

Cops kind a line as they search by a discipline for data close to Ackholt Wooden on Sunday

Native residents continued so as to add bouquets to the pile of floral tributes positioned on a village inexperienced mining memorial within the centre of Aylesham.

The cardboard mounted to 1 bouquet vowed to ship justice for Julia.

It learn: ‘PCSO Julia James your police household will get you justice. Thanks on your service. Sleep Tight. X’

Two officers remained underneath a blue gazebo erected on the village inexperienced for members of the general public to share issues with police early on Sunday afternoon.

One other officer in black uniform led a German Shepherd police canine on circles of the village inexperienced.

Away from the centre of the village, 4 Kent Police vans, a police SUV, a police automotive and greater than 10 unmarked police autos could possibly be seen within the carpark of the Aylesham Group Challenge Constructing, which seems to be getting used as a short lived police base.

Away from the centre of the village, four Kent Police vans, a police SUV, a police car and more than 10 unmarked police vehicles could be seen in the carpark of the Aylesham Community Project Building, which appears to be being used as a temporary police base. Pictured: Police at the scene on Saturday

Away from the centre of the village, 4 Kent Police vans, a police SUV, a police automotive and greater than 10 unmarked police autos could possibly be seen within the carpark of the Aylesham Group Challenge Constructing, which seems to be getting used as a short lived police base. Pictured: Police on the scene on Saturday

Six officers split up in pairs and wearing fluorescent jackets were trekking through farmers' fields behind Akholt Woods, between Snowdown and Aylesham. Pictured: Police at the scene on Sunday

Six officers cut up up in pairs and sporting fluorescent jackets have been trekking by farmers’ fields behind Akholt Woods, between Snowdown and Aylesham. Pictured: Police on the scene on Sunday

Spate of tried dognappings occurred in weeks earlier than Julia James’s dying, villagers declare

A spate of tried dognappings occurred within the weeks earlier than PCSO Julia James was bludgeoned to dying, in line with villagers residing close by.

Residents residing between Nonington and Aylesham reported listening to of incidents wherein canine walkers have been attacked as they walked their pets within the surrounding countryside.

Bob Hales, 74, a retired HGV driver, who lives between Aylsham and Nonnington mentioned there had been a wave of tried dognappings in surrounding villages in current months.

He mentioned: ‘We did have a little bit spate of tried dognappings round right here, primarily in Wingham.

‘It was in the previous couple of weeks. Apparently there was a van going round with RSPCA on the aspect, but it surely wasn’t actually the RSPCA.

‘I learn about it as a result of my spouse is within the Wingham WI [Women’s Institute].

‘It is fairly regarding. Our canine died just a few years so fortunately we do not have to fret about it a lot.’

His neighbour, Pat Moon, 77, a retired post-worker mentioned she had heard of a number of violent incidents wherein folks had tried to steal canine within the fields between Aylsham and Nonnington, a few months previous to Julia’s homicide.

She mentioned: ‘I’ve heard that folks have been attempting to take canine and folks have been overwhelmed up.

‘It was about two months in the past I heard this. It is fairly scary.

‘We are inclined to keep away from that space and simply stroll our canine across the again. The canine are previous too now.

‘Fortunately, we have had no issues ourselves.’

Six officers cut up up in pairs and sporting fluorescent jackets have been trekking by farmers’ fields behind Akholt Woods, between Snowdown and Aylesham.

A police SUV stays parked up by the aspect of the woods, seen from Pond Lane in Aylesham.

A heavy police presence remains to be in place on Aylesham Street, with seven police automobiles and three vans parked up on the highway close to the woods. The lane stays blocked off by a police cordon.

In the meantime the Nationwide Crime Company (NCA) have joined the investigation, it has been revealed.

The NCA primarily focuses on organised crime, human, weapon and drug trafficking, cyber crime and financial crime that goes throughout regional and worldwide borders.

Nevertheless they are often introduced into any investigation the place it’s wanted. The NCA’s intensive expertise in cyber crime is considered one of its key property to native police forces.

A Nationwide Crime Company spokesperson mentioned: ‘The NCA’s Main Crime Investigative Help unit is offering specialist help and recommendation to the continuing Kent Police investigation.’

The spokesperson didn’t give particular particulars into why the NCA had been referred to as into assist the investigation. 

Yesterday, an uncle of Ms James urged the general public to assist the hunt for her killer, saying: ‘Let’s discover this monster earlier than he may cause extra grief to a different household.’ 

Dozens of officers have combed the woods and surrounding fields since Tuesday afternoon, when her physique was discovered however they’ve but to discover a homicide weapon or a major clue to her attacker’s identification.

Heartbroken uncle Michael Turnbull, from Canterbury, appealed on social media for the general public’s assist to catch the killer. 

‘Julia has been taken from us by some nugatory, cowardly excuse for a human being for no different purpose than his personal sense of self-gratification to justify what he did, abandoning a household filled with damaged hearts and unhappiness,’ he mentioned.

He instructed how she was a mom to 2 kids, Bethan and Patrick, and a grandmother to Jaxxon. ‘Julia was humorous, variety, caring, at all times noticed the nice in folks and, most of all, was full of affection.

‘Please share this and allow us to discover this monster earlier than he may cause extra grief to a different household.’

His transferring enchantment got here because the police group help officer’s daughter Bethan Coles, son-in-law Chase and grandson Jaxxon paid a go to to a makeshift memorial to learn the heartfelt messages left with dozens of floral tributes.

Heartbroken uncle Michael Turnbull (pictured), from Canterbury, appealed on social media for the public's help to catch the killer

PCSO Julia James was killed while out walking her Jack Russell in Ackholt Wood in Snowdown, in Kent

Heartbroken uncle Michael Turnbull (pictured left), from Canterbury, appealed on social media for the general public’s assist to catch the killer. PCSO Julia (pictured proper) was killed whereas out strolling her Jack Russell in Ackholt Wooden in Snowdown, in Kent

Mrs James had been working from house when she took her canine Toby for a day stroll. 

She was seen leaving at round 3pm earlier than her physique was discovered an hour afterward a rustic path along with her loyal Jack Russell ready by her aspect. 

Kent Police investigators described a possible sexual motive for the homicide as ‘an vital line of inquiry’. 

They declined to reveal whether or not her physique was discovered totally clothed.

Detectives have additionally not dominated out a hyperlink to Mrs James’s work as a PCSO with the Kent power, most just lately as a member of its home violence unit.

Floral tributes have been left close to the scene have been PCSO James was murdered. Police are nonetheless looking the realm in search of the homicide weapon or proof linking the killer to the crime

Two women lay flowers in a park in Aylesham village at the weekend, close to the scene where PSCO Julia James was found

Two girls lay flowers in a park in Aylesham village on the weekend, near the scene the place PSCO Julia James was discovered

Two PCSOs patrol the area near to the flowers left for PCSO Julia James at a park in Aylesham village in Kent

Two PCSOs patrol the realm close to to the flowers left for PCSO Julia James at a park in Aylesham village in Kent

Native residents have voiced their fears over the killer nonetheless being at massive. One feminine canine walker reported a person in a van exposing himself to her two weeks in the past, a mile from the scene of the homicide.

The killing occurred simply two miles from the place Lin Russell, 45, and daughter Megan, six, have been bludgeoned to dying in 1996. 9-year-old daughter Josie was left near dying however recovered.

Mrs James’s husband Paul, 57, a hypnotherapist she married 4 years in the past, has thus far been too upset to talk of his loss. Her son Patrick Davis, 23, has mentioned he’s devastated by his mom’s dying.

Police colleagues have additionally been paying tribute to the PCSO, who served for 15 years, by leaving flowers by the village of Aylesham’s mining memorial not removed from her house.