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Tenerife murder: Eyewitness accounts say Norwich woman Jennifer Mills-Westley sought refuge from attacker

PUBLISHED: 08:46 15 May 2011

The scene of the attack

The scene of the attack

Initial reports suggested the murder of Norwich woman Jennifer Mills-Westley was random with no relationship between killer and victim.

But information coming from a news source in Tenerife reported eyewitness’ accounts that a tearful Ms Mills-Westley earlier sought refuge from the killer who had been following her.

It was claimed she entered an employment centre not far from the shopping centre and a security guard sent the man away.

Minu Initial reports suggested the murder was random with no relationship between killer and victim.

But tonight eyewitness’ accounts said that a tearful Ms Mills-Westley earlier sought refuge from the killer who had been following her.

It was claimed she entered an employment centre not far from the shopping centre and a security guard sent the man away.

Minutes later she was dead.


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