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Police remain fully committed in hunt for Debbie’s killer

Police remain fully committed in hunt for Debbie’s killer

MURDERED: Debbie Remorozo.

DETECTIVES have sent out a clear message to a murderer – the crime may have been four years ago but they remain fully committed to catching the killer.

Officers investigating the murder of Oldham nurse Debbie Reorozo recently travelled to a Filipino festival in London to make a fresh appeal for information about her death.

Debbie, a staff nurse who worked in the coronary care unit at Royal Oldham Hospital, was found stabbed to death in her flat at Summervale House, Vale Drive, Oldham, on December 8, 2002.

The 26-year-old, who had arrived in Britain from the Philippines in 2000, had left the hospital the previous afternoon wearing her nurses uniform and a distinctive orange bobble hat.

At 5.40pm the next day friends discovered her body inside her flat and a post-mortem examination revealed she had died from multiple stab wounds to the chest and neck.

No motive for the killing has ever been established and nothing was stolen.

Despite the time that has passed since the murder, the investigation remains not only open, but highly active.

As part of the inquiry, two officers from the Major Incident Team went to the annual Filipina Barrio Fiesta in Lampton Park, Hounslow, last week.

They handed out leaflets and posters in English and Tagalog, which is one of the main native languages of the Philippines.

Detectives know that many Filipino nurses move around the country working at different hospitals, and hoped to reach people who may have known or worked with Debbie.

Officers suspect Debbie knew her killer as there were no signs of forced entry, but the possibility it was a stranger has not been ruled out.

Police are also still keen to hear from Oldham residents who may have any information which may be useful.

There is even a £10,000 reward for anyone who provides information that leads to a conviction.
ANYONE with information should contact the incident room at Collyhurst Police Station on 0161 856 4025 or Crimestoppers, anonymously if they wish, on 0800 555 111.
--James Ferguson

i was browsing the net for the latest news on the board exam and came accross with this one. hndi ko na ni-post ung pic nya, visit the site nlng to catch a glimpse of what she looked like.. we may not know her, but she's a filipino nurse and nurses all over the world, registered or not, are connected to each other.. so, let's all pray for her soul and for her murderer to be found and jailed asap!


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