Murdered PCSO uncle Julia James has called for help in locating her killer.
Michael Turnbull wrote on Facebook that attacking his niece was “a monster”, and loved her from the day she was born.
Ms James was walking her dog in Akholt Wood in Kent earlier this week when she was found dead with “serious head injuries”.
Inviting users to share his post, Mr Turnbull wrote: “Julia has been taken away from us by a worthless and cowardly excuse for a human being for no other reason than her own sense of self-satisfaction to justify what he is doing. did, leaving behind a family full of broken hearts and sadness.
“Please share this and let us find this monster before it can cause any more grief to another family.”
On Saturday, one of Ms James’ colleagues called her a “ray of sunshine”, adding that the team were “completely in shock” at her death.
Canterbury PCSO member Kelly Adsia said: “We’re just trying to focus on the amazing times we had with her, the laughs and the hugs, rather than what happened because (her murder) dehumanizes it. “
“You can say amazing and wonderful but it’s not enough and it sounds like a cliché. When you say someone is adorable, it makes it look like they were wet lettuce and not. was not.
“She was so cheeky and funny and mean. She walked into the office and we all laughed. She was just like a ray of sunshine.
“There just aren’t the words you can use (to describe her). She was just…
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This notice was published: 2021-05-02 10:52:00