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Jennifer Dornan murder: PSNI appeal to find men's jacket after knife recovered

Police confirm a knife has been recovered as part of ongoing enquiries

Detectives investigating the murder of a mother-of-three in west Belfast have made a direct appeal to find a cream coloured bomber-style men's jacket.

Jennifer Dornan was stabbed to death in the Lagmore area of Dunmurry on Sunday August 2.

Her home was torched in a bid to destroy the evidence.

The officer leading the investigation, Detective Superintendent Kevin Geddes from Serious Crime Branch, said they are particularly keen to find a cream coloured bomber-style men’s jacket.

He explained: “Our enquiries are continuing and at this stage, I am keen to locate the cream jacket as we believe it is crucial to our investigation.

“The public have been very helpful to date and we really appreciate the support. Now, I am appealing to anyone who may see a similar looking jacket discarded anywhere, particularly between Hazel View and Poleglass, or who has any other information to contact us.”

Detective Superintendent Geddes also confirmed that a knife has been recovered as part of ongoing enquiries. The knife will now undergo further examination.

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He added: “Jennifer’s death is a tragedy. Three young children have been robbed of their mother and we need the public’s support to ensure we can bring her killer to justice.

“I would ask anyone with any information to ring detectives on the non-emergency number 101 or use the independent charity Crimestoppers number 0800 555 111 if you don’t want to provide your details.”

PSNI have said they are no longer seeking anyone else in Northern Ireland in relation to Jennifer's murder following the arrest of a  37-year-old man in County Donegal last weekend on an unrelated matter.

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