Nottingham

Further appeal to catch Caroline Coyne's killer

Police in Nottingham investigating the murder of a mother of two say they are still trying to trace a man seen on CCTV, a fortnight after her death.

Caroline Coyne, 26, was found with head injuries in Thorneywood Mount, St Ann's, on the morning of 23 July.

Officers said they wanted to talk to a man described as white, about 6ft (1.83m) tall, filmed by CCTV cameras near Porchester Road the night before.

Ch Insp Linda McCarthy urged anyone who may know the man to contact police.

"The investigation into Caroline's death is continuing," said Ch Insp McCarthy.

"We are determined to catch whoever did this and I still think someone in the local community will have the answer.

"I would urge everyone to look again at the CCTV, to see if they recognise the man who features."

Image caption Police are trying to trace Ms Coyne's movements after she left a party

The inquiry is still trying to discover why Ms Coyne was in the area, some distance from her home.

More than 200 people have been spoken to by officers and road checks have been carried out near to where her body was found.

A 26-year-old man arrested in connection with her murder has been released on bail pending further inquiries.

Police earlier released CCTV footage of Ms Coyne in Porchester Road, Nottingham, which was filmed by a passing bus at 01:06 BST on 23 July.

Officers also revealed an earlier sighting in Breckhill Road, Mapperley, just after 00:30 also on 23 July.

Ms Coyne, who had shoulder-length auburn hair, was wearing blue jeans with a brown belt, a pink T-shirt with FCUK printed in black on the front, and pink and white trainers.

Police are still searching for one of her size three pink trainers which was missing when her body was discovered.

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