Missing: Pardeep Kaur
Location target: West Lodon
October 31, 2016
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Pardeep Kaur, 30, can be seen in the picture as she walks home from work on October 16.
She left for work again at about 6.10am the following morning but never arrived before her body was found the following weekend by investigators
The remains were concealed in waste ground underneath the Harlington High Street flyover in Hayes, west London, near her usual route to the hotel at which she worked.
A post-mortem examination into her death conducted on Tuesday was inconclusive and further tests are awaited.
The images issued by detectives show her walking back the day before she vanished – wearing the same clothes and carrying the same handbag.
Investigating Officers said they were keen to locate the bag.
Detective Inspector Jamie Stevenson said: “We have carried out extensive CCTV and house-to-house inquiries piecing together information about Pardeep’s last known movements.
“Pardeep left home to head to work at a nearby hotel at about 6.10am on Monday, 17 October.
“We know that she never arrived at work and that her body was recovered, five days later, very near to a route she took to work. Officers have released this image, which shows her wearing the same clothes she had on when she went missing “A key line of inquiry for this investigation continues to be that Pardeep was attacked by a stranger on her walk to work that morning and, sadly, was most likely murdered before she was reported missing.
“We are releasing a CCTV still showing Pardeep on her way home from work on Sunday, 16 October – the day before she went missing.
“It shows her wearing the same clothing and carrying the same handbag that she had on the morning she went missing.
“We have yet to find Pardeep’s handbag – it was a black shoulder bag – and I would like to hear from anyone who has found a discarded handbag matching that description abandoned in the street or in their garden.”