Appeal over Hayley’s movements during her final hours


Officers investigating the death of a 22-year-old woman in Gloucester are appealing for information over where she was during the day before she died at her home in Hopewell Street in the city.

Following a call to the ambulance service, Hayley Khurana, known formerly as Hayley Kubiak, was found dead by paramedics shortly before 8.25am on Thursday 8 February.

Hayley’s movements were captured on CCTV in Gloucester shortly before midnight on Wednesday 7 February and the police have released the images in the hope they will prompt people to come forward with information.

Detective Inspector Gemma Davies, of the Brunel Major Crime Investigation Team, said: “We have CCTV of Hayley walking in King’s Square late on Wednesday the 7th – did you see her around that time? If you did please call us as you could have important details we need.

“We’re also particularly interested in where Hayley was during the day on Wednesday the 7th February.

“Did you see her and if so where –  if you did was she with anyone and what was she doing?

“We’re continuing to make numerous enquiries but would still appeal to the public to come forward with anything they might believe is relevant.

“Hayley lived in Gloucester but had links to a few places, including Cheltenham and Coleford.”

Anyone with information should call 101 and quote incident 58 of 8 February. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be called anonymously on 0800 555 111.

A 26-year-old London man remains on police bail until 28 February in connection with the incident.