Detectives have released an image of a silver vehicle they believe is linked to a male suspect in the Sabina Nessa murder case.

CCTV shows a man walking in Pegler Square and a car he is believed to have access to also driving in the area on the night Sabina was attacked.

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The Metropolitan Police are urging anyone who recognises the man and vehicle to make contact immediately.

This comes after a man, 38, was arrested on suspicion of murder at a Lewisham address last night.

The body of Sabina Nessa was found close to the OneSpace community centre within Cator Park in Kidbrooke, south east London, at around 5:30pm on Saturday, September 18.

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Detectives understand that Sabina left her home address on Astell Road, SE3 just before 20:30hrs on Friday, 17 September.

It is believed that she was making her way through Cator Park towards The Depot bar on Pegler Square, Kidbrooke Village where she planned to meet a friend.

Sabina never arrived at the pub and is thought to have been murdered on Friday night as she walked through the park.

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A post-mortem examination carried out on Monday, 20 September was inconclusive.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil John, from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, said: “Our team have been working tirelessly to find the person responsible for Sabina’s murder and this has included an extensive trawl of CCTV, work which remains ongoing.

“We would ask anyone – especially those in Kidbrooke and the wider area of Lewisham and Greenwich – to take a careful look at these images to check whether you know who this man is or have seen him over recent days.

“Any information as to his identity or whereabouts could be vital for our investigation so we are asking you to share this image far and wide to ensure as many people as possible see it.”

Anyone with information should call the incident room on 0208 721 4266 or Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111.