They have not yet come forward with these items

March 31 [Sat], 2012, 15:43
The impact that followed propelled her handbag and shoes up to 100 meters from the hotel the rest of his body.

Appalling nature of the incident led to shoot sick macabre spectators of the macabre scene and display them on Twitter.

The police want to track down the man who was captured on CCTV carrying objects including shoes.
Who is she? The victim, wearing traditional clothing, moments before she was struck by a driver hit-and-run

Who is she? The victim, wearing traditional clothing, moments before she was struck by a driver hit-and-run

The superintendent Wasim Chaudhry said: "We are really looking to talk to this man who is seen to pick up women's footwear and perhaps also the handbag, perhaps in good faith.

"This handbag is the key to establish the identity of the victim. We also examined the missing reports and currently there are no matches, so we're dependent on people coming forward.

"I know that the community will be very distressed and I want to reassure them that we have a very experienced team of officers investigating the matter.

"The man was seen on CCTV picking up the shoes and then away.

"It may well be that the person put to one side or to take them to put them back in.

"They have not yet come forward with these items.

"While the incident was under these shoes were collected. I hope that the person has person has in good faith may think that their property was lost, perhaps to give them to the police.

"We did not have handed it to date. It is inevitable that we will have family members and friends concerned that a loved one has not returned. I urge all those concerned to come forward.

"At this stage, we are still working to identify who this victim was in what is a truly tragic case."

Police were called to the scene at 10am on Thursday on Upper Brook Street in Longsight to find the body parts of women that litter the road.