Sabina Nessa’s murder has left her father “broken.” Sabina Nessa, a 28-year-old teacher, was murdered in a park.
Neighbors claimed Wednesday that the father of a “bright” teacher discovered slain in a park was “broken” by her needless death.
“My daughter was killed,” the distraught guy said as he went door to door near his home. The heartbroken father was stated to be “in complete shock” by a local. Sabina Nessa, a primary school teacher, was discovered dead in Cator Park, Kidbrooke, south east London, on Saturday.
She was attacked at 8.30 p.m. on Friday, when the park was still crowded, according to police. However, a post-mortem examination was inconclusive in determining the cause of death.
On Saturday, a guy in his 40s was detained in Lewisham. He was released pending the outcome of the investigation.
Ms Nessa worked at Rushey Green Primary School in Catford, but she frequently returned to Sandy, Bedfordshire, where she grew up.
“She was a fantastic teacher, kind, caring, and utterly dedicated,” said her boss, Lisa Williams.
“Sabina was discovered near the OneSpace community centre, which we know is a popular gathering place,” Det Chief Insp Joe Garrity said.
“Yet another woman’s life lost just for walking in a public space,” said Janet Daby, the Labour MP for Lewisham East.