Can painting unlock mystery of ‘Wembley Point Woman’, who fell to her death from skyscaper in 2004?

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Investigators are seeking information to help identify a woman who died in London 17 years ago.

On October 29, 2004, a 5-foot 2-inch black woman aged 20-40 jumped from the top floor of Wembley Point, a 21-story skyscraper in western London.

However, despite multiple motives for seeking information, women have not been identified.

Now, the missing podcast, revisiting the unsolved missing person case, hopes that telling the story of “Women at Wembley Point” may ultimately lead to an answer.

Researchers believe that what is important may be the oil painting that the woman was holding when she jumped.

On October 29, 2004, a 5-foot 2-inch black woman aged 20-40 jumped from the top floor of Wembley Point, a 21-story skyscraper in western London.

Presenter Pandora Sykes describes a 2’x1-foot painting as follows: ‘In the center of the frame, there is a picture with a blank space where the face should be. This person appears to have a blue, yellow, and orange tribal mask.

‘In the space above its left shoulder, there is a person with a more blank face. Some are lying down, others are touching each other’s faces.

“Then there is a woman over the person’s right shoulder, staring at the space where the woman’s face should be, while a slightly threatening face floats above her with one eye.”

Researchers at the Missing Person’s charity, Locate International, are distributing images of unique artwork in the hope that it will lead to a woman’s identity.

Researchers believe that what is important may be the oil painting that the woman was holding when she jumped.The picture is an oil painting she had when she died

Researchers believe that what is important may be the oil painting that the woman was holding when she jumped.The picture is an oil painting she had when she died

Investigator Grace said: ‘Our appeal for this work of art did not lead to everyone recognizing the work of art, the style of the work of art, and what the meaning and inspiration was. We want to bring this image to as many people as possible in the North London area. “

can you help?Important Questions About Wembley Point Women

Locate International wants to talk to someone who has information about the situation and shared the following prompt:

  • Did you live until October 2004 or in the area between Seven Sisters Station in Tottenham and Wembley Point in Brent?
  • Do you recognize the woman? During this time, you may have seen her on a bus along this route.
  • Do you recognize the picture drawn on her person?

See The Missing Podcast for more information.

The body of a woman was found in the shallow waters of the River Brent at the foot of a skyscraper.

According to witnesses, she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor at the top of the building. At that time, it was used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by the company.

She wore a maroon bomber zip-up jacket, black leather gloves on her right hand, a light black polo neck jumper and a claret crew neck jumper.

She also wore tights, trousers, black sketcher boots, a silver watch, and had two rings: a silver band on her little finger and a metal conch shell ring on her ring finger.

The woman also had a copy of the Guardian paper, a black carry bag with the letters CPNY, a disposable lighter, a cigarette, and a weekly bus pass issued at Seven Sisters Road Station in Tottenham on October 26th.

I didn’t have a wallet or ID.

Gary, a former investigator and TFL worker who is now a volunteer at Locate International, suggested that the woman may have been a commuter when she brought her bus pass with the newspaper.

“From my experience, customers have a clear pattern of where to buy tickets, where to travel, and how to travel.

“Especially bus passes are rare, especially regular bus passes, because bus trips are what we commonly call hop-on and hop-off. People make very short trips.

According to witnesses, she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor at the top of the building. At that time, it was used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by the company.Photo, Wembley Point

According to witnesses, she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor at the top of the building. At that time, it was used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by the company.Photo, Wembley Point

“The place where I bought the bus pass was very important because it was clear that person was very closely related to that place that morning. They probably lived very close and I probably lived within 2 miles or so.

He added:

“These two areas are important areas for paying attention to the possibility of identifying this woman.”

For confidential support, call the Samaritan at 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org.

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