New images of murder victim Helen Anderson have been released by Surrey Police as their investigation into her death continues.

Helen's body was found beside a slip road on the A3 in Guildford on August 23, prompting a murder inquiry.

Surrey Police said the images published Tuesday (October 5) showing Helen were dated Friday, August 20, several days prior to the start of the investigation.

"These images were taken during the evening of Friday, 20 August and the last positive sighting is around 2230 hrs in the Wood Green Area," a spokesperson said.

Detective Inspector Chris Rambour is working on the case.

"In these CCTV images, Helen Anderson is pictured wearing a distinctive, brightly coloured pink dress," he said. "She appears to have shaved shorter hair on one side and be wearing large dangly earrings. We are appealing to anyone who may remember seeing Helen on this night or indeed at any time either before or after this sighting to contact us right away and assist us with this investigation," Rambour added.

Surrey Comet: Image of the bus police have linked to Helen's murder via Surrey PoliceImage of the bus police have linked to Helen's murder via Surrey Police

Dane Messam, a 52-year-old from Hackney, has been charged with murder in connection with the investigation.

A 50-year-old man from Enfield was also been arrested on suspicion of murder, and a 51-year-old man from Hackney was arrested on conspiracy to commit murder. They have both been released on bail whilst enquiries continue.

Police previously released images of a decommissioned double-decker bus they believe is linked to Helen's death, and offered clarification on its possible involvement as they urged anyone with information to come forward:

"It is now believed that this bus was travelling around the A1 in the Watford and Hatfield areas between the hours of midnight and 4am on Saturday, 21 August. We appreciate that time has passed but we are urging members of the public who may have been travelling in the area at that time to contact us," a spokesperson said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Surrey Police via their website or by calling 101 and quoting PR/45210089588. Alternatively, information can be submitted on the police Major Incident Public Portal here, or given to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.