Police seek Polish woman after Lithuanian's death

05 October 2006 by
Police seek Polish woman after Lithuanian's death

Police are appealing for restaurateurs and bar owners to help them track down a woman wanted for questioning in connection with the death of a Lithuanian man.

The victim's body was found in the Regent's Canal near Camden Lock in north London last month.

Police want to interview the woman, who is thought to be seeking casual employment in the hospitality sector, to help with their inquires.

Magdalena Zajdel is a 21-year-old Polish woman, who was with the victim shortly before he died.

She is described by the police as about 5ft 7in tall and has shoulder-length, dark wavy hair.

If you know anything about Zajdel, please contact the incident room on 020 8358 0200.

By Kerstin Kühn

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