Protesters to attend 'reclaim the streets' vigil after abduction and murder of ...

Protesters to attend 'reclaim the streets' vigil after abduction and murder of ...
Protesters to attend 'reclaim the streets' vigil after abduction and murder of ...

Protesters are set to attend a 'reclaim the streets' vigil in Plymouth as women tell how they fear going out at night following the abduction and murder of Bobbi-Anne McLeod.

Police said today there is 'no known link' between a 24-year-old murder suspect and the teenager, as they continued to search a house four miles from where she vanished.

He remains in custody for further questioning while another man, 26, has been released with no further action after also being arrested on suspicion of murder.

Bobbie-Anne, 18, was snatched while waiting for a bus to go and meet her boyfriend last weekend, before her devastated family were told her body had been found on Tuesday evening. 

Tonight, a family vigil is being held where the teen's mother and siblings are expected to walk from their home with candles to the bus stop where she went missing.

And tomorrow night, a large number of woman are expected to attend a more public vigil on Plymouth Hoe as part of the reclaim the streets movement launched in the wake of the killing of Sarah Everard.

Bobbie-Anne, 18, was snatched while waiting for a bus to go and meet her boyfriend last weekend, before her devastated family were told her body had been found on Tuesday evening

Bobbie-Anne, 18, was snatched while waiting for a bus to go and meet her boyfriend last weekend, before her devastated family were told her body had been found on Tuesday evening

Family, friends and members of the public gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

Family, friends and members of the public gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

A candle light vigil was held near the bus stop where the teenager went missing over the weekend

A candle light vigil was held near the bus stop where the teenager went missing over the weekend

A man lights candles on the ground near where the teenager was snatched last weekend

A man lights candles on the ground near where the teenager was snatched last weekend

Family, friends and members of the public gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

Family, friends and members of the public gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

Tonight's vigil (pictured) comes ahead of another 'reclaim the streets' event on Friday evening

Tonight's vigil (pictured) comes ahead of another 'reclaim the streets' event on Friday evening

Family members gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

Family members gather by Sheepstor Road bus stop for a candlelit vigil in tribute of Bobbi-Anne McLeod

Pictures of the popular 18-year-old were used at the vigil, which drew crowds from across Plymouth

Pictures of the popular 18-year-old were used at the vigil, which drew crowds from across Plymouth

Women across the city said they now fear going anywhere alone - especially at night.

Kathleen Frost, 81, who lives just next to one area that was searched yesterday for evidence, said today she felt less safe as a result of the killing.

She said: 'I don't normally keep my doors locked but they were last night.

'I've only been here three years, so I've not really settled in properly, but it seemed like a nice community and it's definitely a shock.

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