Tuula murder hunt: New lead

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Detectives believe Islanders who used to attend a foreign nationals club in St Saviour may hold vital clues in the hunt for Finnish au pair Tuula Hoeoek's killer.

New leads in the re-opened murder inquiry have led police to believe she was regular visitor of the Anglo Club in Georgetown.

Since the case was re-opened last month, the States of Jersey police have received more than 25 calls – some containing new leads about her final hours.

The 20-year-old was bludgeoned to death with a heavy blunt object and her body dumped in a St Clement field on 31 December 1966.

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