Information about Leah Fray can now be passed to police online – as detectives investigating her death continue to appeal for public help.
Leah, 27, was found dead inside her flat in Mere Road, Leicester shortly after 7am on Easter Sunday (21 April).
The portal – which can be accessed by visiting https://mipp.police.uk/operation/33EM19I69-PO1 – allows information to be passed securely by answering a number of questions about Leah and the area in which she lived.
Police were called to her flat by Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service following a report of a fire. An outer cordon in Mere Road has now been lifted.
A 56-year-old man who was arrested in connection with her death on Monday evening (22 April) remains in custody.
Detective Chief Inspector Michelle Keen, who is leading the investigation, said: “I would still like to speak to anyone who knew Leah, or has information about people who may have visited her flat.
“We’ve now launched an online portal so that anyone with such details can tell us what they know by answering a series of questions.
“I’d like to know what you know about Leah, when you last saw her and whether you saw anyone visiting her flat on or before Sunday morning.
“If you know something but have not yet contacted police, it’s not too late to do so. We would still like to hear from you.”
Information can also be passed to police by calling 101, quoting incident 131 of 21 April.
Source:: Leicestershire Police News