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The husband of murdered PCSO Julia James has posted an emotional message about his wife, saying how much he misses her.
Paul James, 57, shared the comment on social media and changed his profile photo to one of the couple.
The PCSO, 53, was found dead in Akholt Wood, close to her home in Snowdown, Kent, at about 4pm on April 27 with her Jack Russell Toby at her side.
A postmortem revealed she died from significant head injuries.
Police have yet to establish a motive for the murder.
Her husband also used a ‘Help us find #justiceforjulia' frame on social media, which are using to spread awareness of the hunt for her killer, according to the Mirror.
He wrote under a picture of the couple: "I miss you so much Luvly xxx.“
It is believed to be the first time he has commented publicly since she was killed.
She was last seen leaving her house nearby to take her dog for a walk after working from home alone that day.
On Friday morning, Kent Police released a photo of a man who “could be key” in the investigation.
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The force said he was seen in the Aylesham area on April 28, the day after she was killed.
The force believes "he has information that could help" the probe.
Kent Police Assistant Chief Constable Tom Richards said he believes the photo is “key to unlocking what happened to Julia”.
Speaking at a press conference at Folkestone Police Station on Friday afternoon, he revealed the force now has more than 1,000 pieces of information from the public.
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He said: “I need someone to do the right thing and give us the information we need to help bring justice for Julia.”
ACC Richards said he is also interested in hearing from anyone who was in the area and “got a bad feeling”.
But people should not be put off from walking, although he urged them to be “vigilant”, he added.
He said: “I totally recognise the local concern. It’s completely natural for such an awful case as this.
“It is being treated as an awful but isolated incident. I am not linking this to any other incident at this stage.
“I am not advising not to take a walk, I am just advising people to be vigilant and cautious.
On Thursday, police said they were broadening the search area to include "a number of other locations" in addition to the woodland where she was found.
Crimestoppers has put up a £10,000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of her killer.
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