Police who launched a murder investigation after a woman in Fulham died earlier this year are trying to piece together her movements in the days leading up to her death.
Vanessa Santillan’s body was discovered at her home in Romily Court on March 28.
Officers were called to the address by the London Ambulance Service, who pronounced her dead at the scene.
A post-mortem examination held at Fulham Mortuary gave the cause of death as injuries to the head and neck.
A 23-year-old has since been charged in connection with the investigation.
Investigating officers have now launched a fresh appeal for further information and are particularly keen to speak to people that saw or spoke to the 33-year-old, who had moved to London from her home in Mexico in January this year, in the week before her death.
A police press release said: “Detectives are keen to piece together a picture of Vanessa’s movements in the week prior to her death and would like to hear from anyone who has not yet come forward, who may have spoken to or seen Vanessa between Saturday March 21 and the date of her death on Saturday March 28.”
Detective Chief Inspector Rebecca Reeves, who leads the investigation, said: “I know that there were a number of people who visited Vanessa at her flat in the week leading to her murder.
"I need to speak with those people. They may have important information and they may also need to be eliminated from our enquiries.
“I am also to keen to hear from any friends of Vanessa who knew her socially or on a personal basis.
"It is crucial that we understand who she met and spoke with during the short time that she lived in London.
“If you knew Vanessa in any capacity, please do come forward, no matter how unimportant it may seem, please make the call.”
Detectives investigating Vanessa’s murder can be contacted at the incident room on 020 8721 4868 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via crimestoppers-uk.org.
The incident room can also be emailed at OpLarbreck@met.police.uk.