Murdered PCSO Julia James died of ‘blunt trauma’ to head as police warn public to be ‘cautious’
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Murdered community support officer Julia James died of “significant injuries” after receiving “blunt trauma to the head”, it has been revealed.
Police said there was no suspect and they did not know what the motive for the attack was, as they warned people “should be cautious of their surroundings”.
Kent Police Assistant Chief Constable Tom Richards paid tribute to Ms James at a press conference on Friday, calling her a “hugely devoted, passionate individual” who will be “missed by her colleagues”.
He told reporters that officers were “keeping all options open” including the possibility of a sexually motivated attack but said there was “no evidence of a robbery”.
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