PCSO Julia James's murderer 'left mobile phone at home to avoid detection'
The killer of PCSO Julia James may have deliberately left their phone at home to avoid being traced as desperate police stopped cars in the hope of a breakthrough, it was revealed today.
A lack of GPS data close to where the mother-of-two was bludgeoned to death in a Kent village north of Dover suggests that her attacker is 'local' and a man, a source has claimed.
Mrs James was murdered eight days ago but no arrests have been made, with Britain's FBI, the National Crime Agency, brought in to help with the forensics search of the fields where she was found dead on Tuesday, April 27.
As the hunt for the fugitive continues, Kent officers were stopping drivers in Aylesham, asking them where they were on the day she died and taking their names, dates of birth, addresses, phone numbers and registration plates. Such is the panic locally, dog walkers are being urged not to go out alone and even to carry a rape alarm or walking stick.
It came as Julia's family hit out at the lack of …
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