Missing prostitute talked to news crew

A prostitute feared dead after two more bodies were discovered yesterday took part in a chilling interview just days before she vanished.

A prostitute feared dead after two more bodies were discovered yesterday took part in a chilling interview just days before she vanished.

Paula Clennell gave an interview to ITV Anglia on Saturday, saying she was prepared to dice with danger by going back on the streets, saying she needed the money.

Amid concerns that a serial killer was on the loose, she headed back to Ipswich's red light district. She has not been seen since Saturday night.

In the interview, broadcast on ITV News, the 24-year-old said the killings had made her "a bit wary about getting into cars" but she would probably still do it anyway.

She had spotted there were fewer men and girls around - probably because of the police presence.

"The girls are probably wary about coming out now," she said.

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Miss Clennell admitted that she had "a couple of nasty experiences", including being beaten up once.

A friend of Miss Clennell had also told police that she spoke to her on Sunday evening.

There was no answer at the home of Miss Clennell's father in the Spittal area of Berwick-upon-Tweed following the discovery of the bodies yesterday.