DETECTIVES investigating the murder of a young woman in South Ealing are making a fresh appeal for witnesses to come forward.

Ania Jedrkowiak died after being found with stab injuries in Roberts Alley, off Church Gardens, just after midnight on Tuesday, May 17.

The 21-year-old had finished work at a restaurant in Ealing and was walking home with a friend when she was attacked.

Police continue to piece together the events leading up to Ania's death and believe there may be several witnesses who have not yet come forward.

Det Chief Insp Brian Howie said: "My team have already made significant progress. However, I believe there may be people with information we have not yet spoken to."

Officers will return to the South Ealing this evening (23) to speak to people in the area and to offer reassurance.

Police say there is nothing to suggest a risk to the wider community.

A man has been charged with her murder and has been remanded in custody.

Information can be provided by calling 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. The reference for the incident is 77/17May.

Contact can also be made via this link.