Nottingham

Caroline Coyne murder police release images of suspect

New images of a person wanted in connection with the murder of a Nottingham mother of two have been released by police.

Caroline Coyne, 26, was found with head injuries in Thorneywood Mount on 23 July and a £20,000 reward has been offered to catch her killer.

Officers said they wanted to speak to the person seen in CCTV images from the area at the time Ms Coyne died.

A van with digital screens showing the footage is to be driven in the city.

Ms Coyne left a family party in the Daybrook area on 22 July and was seen walking in Breckhill Road and then Porchester Road.

Police have been trying to piece together her route, which was in the opposite direction to where she lived in Top Valley.

The digital screen van will be driven between parts of Mapperley Plains, Carlton and Netherfield, and will park up at specific locations to enable people to view footage and photos of Ms Coyne.

Det Ch Insp Tony Heydon said: "Our investigation is continuing and this is yet another tactic we are looking at to raise the profile and ensure that everyone has seen the CCTV, a photo of Caroline and also a picture of the pink and white size three Nike trainer that is still missing."

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.

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

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