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Can YOU solve the case of Wembley Point Woman? Cold case investigators hope new image will unlock the mystery of woman who jumped to her death from London tower block 18 years ago

  • Investigators remain hopeful of cracking cold case of ‘Wembley Point Woman’ 
  • The woman was found dead at the base of a skyscraper in London in 2004
  • She’s never been identified, despite multiple public appeals for information 
  • Do you know the identity of Wembley Point Woman? Email brittany.chain@mailonline.com 

Investigators remain hopeful of cracking the cold case of ‘Wembley Point Woman’ 18 years after she jumped to her death out of a London skyscraper.

Do you know Wembley Point Woman? 

Email brittany.chain@mailonline.com 

The 5ft 2in black woman, aged between 20 and 40, plunged from the top floor of Wembley Point, a 21-storey skyscraper in west London, on October 29, 2004.

Despite multiple drives for information, the woman has never been identified.

At the time of her death, Wembley Point Woman was wearing a maroon bomber zip-up jacket, a black leather jacket and crew neck sweater.

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She also wore black tights, trousers and Skechers boots with a zip and buckle, police say.

Exactly 17 years on from the tragedy, authorities have renewed the appeal for information into the woman’s identity.

A new image released today reveals what the woman would have looked like, in the latest attempt from volunteer cold case investigators at Locate International to solve the enduring mystery once and for all.

They’re urging former building staff or people who may have worked in the area to come forward if they recognise the woman – or if they have links to the Black Arts community in Seven Sisters in the 2000s.

A new image released today reveals what the woman would have looked like, in the latest attempt from volunteer cold case investigators at Locate International to solve the enduring mystery once and for all

A new image released today reveals what the woman would have looked like, in the latest attempt from volunteer cold case investigators at Locate International to solve the enduring mystery once and for all

At the time of her death, Wembley Point Woman was wearing a watch with a black band and two rings (pictured)

At the time of her death, Wembley Point Woman was wearing a watch with a black band and two rings (pictured)

She also wore two rings: a silver band on her little finger and a metal conch shell ring on her ring finger. 

The woman was clutching an oil painting as she fell to her death, which some experts believe may be the key to solving the enduring mystery.

In the centre of the frame is a figure with a blank space where the face should be. The figure appears to be holding a blue, yellow and orange tribal mask. 

Investigators from missing persons charity Locate International circulated an image of the distinctive artwork in the hope it will lead to the woman’s identity. 

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The woman’s body was found in the shallow water of the River Brent, at the base of the tower block.

Witnesses said she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor, at the top of the building. At the time it was being used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by businesses. Pictured, Wembley Point

Witnesses said she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor, at the top of the building. At the time it was being used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by businesses. Pictured, Wembley Point

The 5ft 2in black woman, pictured, aged between 20 and 40, jumped or fell from the top floor of Wembley Point, a 21-storey skyscraper in west London, on October 29, 2004

The 5ft 2in black woman, pictured, aged between 20 and 40, jumped or fell from the top floor of Wembley Point, a 21-storey skyscraper in west London, on October 29, 2004 

Witnesses said she appeared to jump or fall from the 21st floor, at the top of the building. At the time it was being used as a rooftop restaurant. The rest of the tower block was used by businesses.

She appeared distressed prior to her death, they say.

The woman was also carrying a copy of the Guardian newspaper, a black carrier bag with the lettering CPNY, a disposable lighter, cigarettes, and a weekly buss pass issued at Seven Sisters Road station, Tottenham on October 26.

There was no purse or identification.

For confidential support, call the Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org

Do you know the identity of Wembley Point Woman? Email brittany.chain@mailonline.com 

The key, investigators believe, could be an oil painting the woman was clutching when she jumped. Pictured, the oil painting she was holding when she fell to her death

The key, investigators believe, could be an oil painting the woman was clutching when she jumped. Pictured, the oil painting she was holding when she fell to her death

Can YOU help? Key questions on the Wembley Point Woman 

Locate International wants to speak to anyone with information on the situation and shared the following prompts:

  • Did you live in the area between Seven Sisters Station in Tottenham and Wembley Point in Brent in or leading up to October 2004?
  • Do you recognise the woman? Perhaps you saw her taking the bus along this route during this time?
  • Do you recognise the painting found on her person?
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For more information visit The Missing podcast.  

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