By Jake Ryan and Mark Wood For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 00:13 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 00:14 BST, 2 May 2021
The uncle of murdered PCSO Julia James yesterday urged the public to help the hunt for her killer, saying: ‘Let’s find this monster before he can cause more grief to another family.’
The 53-year-old grandmother was bludgeoned to death while out walking her Jack Russell terrier on a path through woodland close to her home in the Kent hamlet of Snowdown, near Canterbury.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Dozens of officers have combed the woods and surrounding fields since Tuesday afternoon when her body was found but they have yet to find a murder weapon or a significant clue to her attacker’s identity.
The body of PCSO Julia James, pictured, was found on Tuesday afternoon near her home in the Kent hamlet of Snowdown, near Canterbury
Floral tributes have been left near the scene were PCSO James was murdered. Police are still searching the area looking for the murder weapon or evidence linking the killer to the crime
Heartbroken uncle Michael Turnbull, from Canterbury, appealed on social media for the public’s help to catch the killer. ‘Julia has been taken from us by some worthless, cowardly excuse for a human being for no other reason than his own sense of