Maria Jane Rawlings Wiki
Maria Jane Rawlings Biography
Police launched a murder investigation after a mother of two was found “strangled and beaten to death” in a bush by a dog walker in East London.
Maria was last seen at King George Hospital in Goodmayes, Ilford, on Monday night. She left the hospital and walked to Barley Lane in the direction of the A12.
Detectives believe someone approached him after he left the hospital. There have been no arrests, the Met said when the force requested information.
María’s family is aware of and has the support of the agents.
Detective Chief Inspector David Hillier, who is leading the investigation, said: ‘My team and I are working around the clock following a series of investigations into our work to establish what happened to Maria.
“Her family of hers is understandably distraught and we are doing everything we can to help them as they begin to come to terms with her loss.
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‘Now I ask the public to help us. I want to hear from anyone who knows Maria and knows where she had been and who she had been associating with.
Have you seen her around the area in the company of another person? Had you recently heard of or seen a riot or fighting in the area but did not consider it significant at the time?
‘She may have footage from the dash cam or doorbell that could have captured her; please think carefully and if she can help contact the police ‘
How old is Maria Jane Rawlings?
She was 45 year old.
Cause of Death
It follows PCSO Ms James, 53, being found dead with significant head injuries on April 27 – more than one week ago.
She had been working from home before taking her Jack Russell, Toby, for a walk near her home in Snowdon, Kent.
The body of 45-year-old Maria Jane Rawlings, who lived in the Chelmsford area of Essex, was found in the bushes near Little Heath in Romford around 2 p.m. Tuesday.
A post-mortem examination was conducted at the Walthamstow Mortuary on Wednesday, which gave Maria’s death as a preliminary cause of neck compression and possible blunt force head trauma.
Officers are still examining the scene and are expected to remain in the area for the next few days. A spokesperson for the force told MailOnline that there are no suggestions that the murder is related to that of PCSO Julia James.
Police said today there are no suggestions that the two murders are related in any way.
Chief Superintendent Stephen Clayman, BCU Commander for Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge, said: ‘I understand the safety concerns that will arise from this, particularly from women, and we have increased patrols in the area of our teams local police.
“Community safety remains a high priority and I urge anyone with a concern to speak to my officers when they see them or contact us.”
Maria Jane Rawlings Quicks and Facts
- Maria Jane Rawlings, 45, was found dead by a man walking his dog on Tuesday
- Cause of death given as neck compression and possible blunt force head trauma
- Mother had attended hospital in Ilford before leaving on foot in direction of A12
- Police are yet to make arrest, the Met said as detectives appealed for witnesses