Police investigating the murder of community support worker Julia James said a man they wanted to speak to was seen in a “very relevant place.”
It came after detectives released an image of the person they believe was “of critical importance” to the investigation.
The PCSO was found dead in Akholt Wood near his home in Snowdown, Kent on April 27.
The 53-year-old died of serious head injuries while walking her dog Toby, who was found unharmed by her side.
Referring to the wanted man, Kent Police Deputy Chief Tom Richards said: “I am not saying here and now that he is a suspect, but he is of crucial importance to the investigation. . “
Mr Richards also urged the public to get in touch if they have any information.
He said, “Anyone who knows who this man is, we desperately need you to get in touch with us and identify who this man is.
“If this person is watching, please contact us, you have crucial information.”
He added: “We are, of course, interested in a lot of people, but this person is a big frustration for the investigation because we don’t know who they are and we desperately need a name to be able to identify them. “
When asked if the man should be approached he said: “I am not asking members of the public to approach this person, I encourage you to provide information to Kent Police so that we can move forward. . “
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This notice was published: 2021-05-07 14:00:00