Detectives investigating the murder of a young woman in Ealing are making a new appeal for witnesses to come forward.

Ania Jedrkowiak died after being found with stab injuries in Roberts Alley, off Church Gardens, at approximately 00: 10hrs on Tuesday, 17 May.

The 21-year-old had finished work at a restaurant Ealing and was walking home with a friend when she was attacked.

Officers from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command continue to piece together the events leading up to Ania’s death and believe there may be several witnesses who have not yet come forward.

Detective Chief Inspector Brian Howie, the senior investigating officer, said: “Ania’s life was taken in the most tragic of circumstances and her family are understandably completely devastated by what has happened.

“My team of detectives have already made significant progress, however I believe there may be people with information who we have not yet spoken to and I am keen to speak with them as soon as possible”

Officers will return to the South Ealing on the evening of Monday, 23 May to speak to people in the area and to offer reassurance. There is nothing to suggest there is any risk to the wider community.

A post-mortem examination carried out on Thursday, 19 May confirmed Ania died from multiple stab injuries.

Her family continue to be supported by specially trained officers.

A man has been charged with murder and has been remanded in custody.

Information can be provided by calling 101 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. The reference for the incident is 77/17May. Footage can be uploaded via this link.