Police have released an image of a man who may be able to help with their investigation into the death of Colette Law. Officers from Lincolnshire Police hope to speak with him as they believe he may have information as a witness that will help their inquiries.
Ms Law’s body was discovered in a churchyard in Spalding in July and Paul Neilson, 30, of no fixed address, has been charged with her alleged murder. Detective Inspector Adrian Czajkowski, the senior investigating officer, said: “I want to be really clear that we are appealing for help to identify the man who we believe is a witness and he may have information that will be helpful as we continue to investigate the circumstances around the tragic death of Colette.
“If anyone can help with who he is please get in touch.” Ms Law, 26, was from Greenock in Scotland.
A senior Lincolnshire coroner said the provisional cause of her death was a head injury. The trial is slated to begin in 2024.
Anyone with information is asked to contact 101, quoting incident 487 of July 17.