Cheylesmore Murder Investigation

By Ludaina Hussein

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The black cab taxi driver that drove Tracey home is being asked to come forward.

The body of 53-year-old Tracey Snook-Kite was found in the Cheylesmore area of Monks croft after police were called at 6:40 am.

Officers leading the inquiry are now trying to piece together exactly what happened in the hours leading up to her death.

Post mortem results show that Tracey had sustained head injuries, which are clear signs of assault.

Tracey was believed to have been in a black cab on her way back to Cheylesmore from Earlsdon the previous night. Investigating officer, Detective Inspector Harry Harrison, said: “We know Tracey was picked up from the taxi rank outside the Albany Club at around 11pm on Saturday evening. There’s an appeal for the cab driver to come forward as he could be holding vital information that could help assist the investigation.

Anyone who feels they can assist the investigation should contact West Midlands Police Force CID on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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