School pays tribute to young woman found dead at house
A SCHOOL in East London has described the young woman found stabbed to death at her East End home as a highly conscientious and motivated pupil. The body of Camille Mathurasingh, 27, was discovered at the house in Arrow Road, Bromley-by-Bow, where she
A SCHOOL in East London has described the young woman found stabbed to death at her East End home as a "highly conscientious and motivated" pupil.
The body of Camille Mathurasingh, 27, was discovered at the house in Arrow Road, Bromley-by-Bow, where she had been living since August.
She was found by police investigating a car crash at the Whitechapel/Cambridge Heath Road junction last Friday in which her car was involved.
Camille had arrived back in Britain, where she grew up, after working as an accountant for a bank in Trinidad.
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Today the sixth form school in Hackney which she attended until 1999 paid tribute to their former pupil.
Head Teacher at Our Lady's Convent High School, Jane Gray, said: "I was very saddened to hear of the untimely death of one of our ex-pupils."
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She said Camille's school reports described her as "a co-operative and pleasant pupil with a friendly and courteous manner". It also reported that she was "highly conscientious and motivated, and always willing to do additional work".
Police are appealing for anyone with information about the incident to contact Det Chief Ins Caroline Goode on 020-8345 3715.