Murder of Zara Aleena or Libby Squire

Murder of Zara Aleena or Libby Squire

Killer exposed himself to Libby Squire weeks before murder, mother believes

Just weeks before Libby Squire was raped, murdered and dumped in a river, a stranger exposed himself to her on her way home.

Her mother, Lisa Squire, said the assault left the 21-year-old University of Hull student feeling “absolutely furious”. “But I never thought to say to her, you need to report that, you need to ring the police, and she didn’t report it either,” said Squire. “We’re almost conditioned to ignore indecent exposure. I didn’t know better then, but I know better now.”

Libby Squire (1 January 1998 – 1 February 2019) was a university student who disappeared following a night out with friends on 31 January 2019 in Kingston.

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The mother of Libby Squire believes her daughter was flashed by her murderer in the weeks before she was raped and killed.

Libby Squire, 21, was on a night out in 2019 when she was abducted and killed by Pawel Relowicz.

Pawel Relowicz was convicted of the rape and murder of university student Libby Squire at Sheffield Crown Court on 11 February last year.

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