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Elzbieta (Ela) Kinczyk

Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 Jun - 18:49



I was given a flyer about this woman by a Community Police Officer in ASDA this evening. I was told that Ela had not been seen since Sunday June 6th and that she is being treated as a vulnerable missing adult since she speaks very little English and it's very unusual for her to be out of touch with her family.

Kenilworth Weekly News


Emotional appeal by family of missing Leamington woman.

Published Date:

11 June 2010

THE family of a missing Old Town woman have appealed to the public
to help bring back a dearly missed mother, wife, sister and friend.

Elzbieta Kinczyk, also known as Ela, was last seen leaving her family
home in south Leamington just before 1pm on Sunday.

She said she was going to meet a man in the Brunswick Street area,
believed to be somewhere near the Eagle recreation ground, Aylesford
Street or the Rangemaster factory in Clarence Street.

She did not turn up at her place of work on Monday or Tuesday morning
this week and she has not been seen by anyone who knows her since Sunday.

Speaking on Friday, the family said: "Ela is a very family-oriented
person and would do anything for her young son whom she loves dearly.

"She would also do anything for anyone and is a helpful and caring
person.

"She is so friendly and always befriends people. She is always smiling
and always so, so happy. Even the very last time she was seen by her
family when she left the house on Sunday she was smiling and every
photograph we have of Ela is of her smiling. The last time we saw her
she was so happy."

Ms Kinczk is a Polish national and does not speak English very well.

Her family added: "This is completely out of character for Ela and
everybody in Poland is devastated and we are being swamped with people
calling us to try and help find her.

"We are just hoping and staying positive. We are deeply sorrowed by this
and deeply missing her.

"We would like people to help in every way possible and think of how
this would affect them if they had to deal with this.

"We are completely devastated and in pain. We keep thinking about how we
can help find Ela and we are doing everything possible to find her.

"We go outside the front door and sit and wait for her, expecting her to
turn up. We are doing everything possible to find her and we will not
stop no matter how long it takes us.

"Most of all her son misses her dearly and every day keeps asking where
his mother is. We desperately want anyone to give any information to the
police. Any tiny detail could help."

Ela is described as being white with long dark hair. She is 5ft 3 ins
tall, of a slim build and when last seen she was wearing a white T-shirt
with a pink motif on it, white three-quarter length white trousers and
gold pumps.

Anyone who believes they may have seen Ms Kinczyk can call 415000, or
Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 13 Jun - 21:25

No news of Elzbieta. The area where she is thought to have disappeared would have been very quiet on a Sunday afternoon. The Eagle rec (recreation ground) borders the Grand Union Canal which might be a good dumping place for a body if Elzbieta came to harm around there. As time goes on, of course, and there is no news of someone who usually kept in touch with her family, it does seem more and more likely that she has come to harm.

I shall keep checking for updates.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 15 Jun - 12:14

Coventry Telegraph 15/06/10

A MAJOR police investigation has been launched to find
a young mum who disappeared more than a week ago.

Fears are growing for 23-year-old Elzbieta Kinczyk who
was last seen more than a week ago. Her five-year-old son keeps asking
for his mum, and her husband is said to be desperate with worry.

The missing woman, who is known by her friends and
family as Ela, was seen leaving her Leamington home on Sunday June 5.

But after meeting a friend near the
Rangemaster factory in Grove Place at about 12.40pm, she hasn’t been
since.

Police say they have spoken to the friend and have
confirmed the meeting took place, but it is not known what happened
afterwards.

She later failed to turn up to another friend’s house
to babysit their children and hasn’t returned to work, as a cleaner at
Elizabeth The Chef.

Detectives say the behaviour is totally out of
character for the young mum and they and her family are “concerned for
her welfare”.

Detective Superintendent Graeme Pallister, of
Warwickshire Police, is appealing for information from the public.

He said the 23-year-old Polish national had been
living and working in Leamington for about a year with her sister and
her sister’s partner.


I find myself trying to make sense of some aspects of this story. Why mention that she hadn't turned up for work? Because the police said she's young, she may have gone off with someone she met, wait and see if she turns up for work? Perhaps she worked there on Sunday evenings?

Her husband gets a mention in this article, the first time I have seen anything about a husband. Ela was living at her sister's house. Are her husband and son still in Poland?

I was told by the police officer on Saturday that Ela maintained very regular contact via text messages with her sister about where she'd be and when she'd be home. Thus, Ela's sister is very worried.

The details seem very sketchy and it occurred to me that there may be language difficulties, but there is such a large Polish community in Leamington that I would be pretty sure that the police have a few good Polish interpreters.

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Post  wjk on Tue 15 Jun - 12:55

Please keep us informed of any up-dates, Anna
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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 15 Jun - 13:14

wjk wrote:Please keep us informed of any up-dates, Anna

I will wjk. The areas mentioned are very quiet with very few people around at any time. The road where the Rangemaster factory is has no houses though it leads round to a road with small Victorian terraced houses. The Eagle rec has a large playground with a good range of equipment, but it's almost always empty, the only people around being dog walkers. It amazes me that local playgrounds in this area are so often empty. There is another quite close to the Eagle rec where I take my grandson and the only other kids we see most of the time are whizzing through from one entrance to the other on BMXs.

So, Ela would have been meeting someone in an area where on a Sunday afternoon there wouldn't be other people around, especially in the road where the Rangemaster factory is situated. The friend she was meeting has been interviewed but if she was going to work between then and doing her babysitting, she may have taken a shortcut into the industrial estate where the Elizabeth the Chef factory is situated. I guess the factory could have cleaners in after they close the shop on a Sunday afternoon.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 15 Jun - 14:06

Uh oh! Road cordoned off.

BBC News

A road in Warwickshire has been cordoned off as police continue their
search for a missing Polish woman.



Elzbieta Kinczyk (known as Ela), 23, of Leamington Spa, was last seen on
6 June when she left her home saying she was meeting a friend in town.

An area off Harbury Lane, between Leamington Spa and Bishops Tachbrook,
is cordoned off while other areas are also being searched.

Ms Kinczyk's family said her disappearance was out of character.

Wife and mother


Police said the searches were a result of information received
from a variety of sources.



Ms Kinczyk was last seen when she met a friend outside
Rangemaster in Grove Place, off Brunswick Street, Leamington Spa.



She has not been seen since.

Det Supt Graeme Pallister said: "We are aware several people will have
passed Ela as she went to meet her friend as we have CCTV images of
them.


"We urge those people to come forward and speak to us."

The Rangemaster factory is just a few minutes from Ms Kinczyk's home,
which she shared with her sister and brother-in-law. She left to go
there at 1245 BST.

Her family described her as a devoted wife and mother who was working in
Leamington to send money to her husband and five-year-old son in
Poland. "

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Post  wjk on Tue 15 Jun - 15:06

Oh dear, that's not sounding too good!
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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 16 Jun - 16:56

Still no news of Elzbieta. This is the latest update on the Warwickshire Police web site:

http://onlinenews.warwickshire.police.uk/wpnews_pressrelease/police-continue-to-search-for-missing-ela-kinczyk/12219

16 June 2010 11:54


Police searching for missing Leamington woman Ela Kinczyk are
today (Wednesday, 16 June) continuing to search a number of locations
including land off Harbury Lane near Bishops Tachbrook, Leamington.


Ela, 23 years, has not been seen since she went to meet a friend
near to the Rangemaster factory in the Brunswick area of Leamington
around 1pm on Sunday 6 June.


Police investigating her disappearance have renewed their appeal for
a number of people who are known to have been in the area of Grove
Place in Brunswick around 1pm on Sunday 6 June to come forward.


The people who include a couple and a man who is seen near a young
child, were spotted on CCTV from the area.


Detective Superintendent Graeme Pallister, Deputy Director of
Protective Services at Warwickshire Police, stressed that the people
seen on CCTV were not involved in the investigation, but said may have
valuable information which can help the police with the enquiry.


"This is still very much a missing person enquiry. We want to know
Ela's movements on Sunday and need to follow up every possible piece of
information from when she was last seen.We urge these people to come
forward and talk to us.


"We are continuing to search a number of locations as part of our
enquiry, but there is also a great deal of work going on relating to
other aspects of the investigation.


Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police incident
room on 01926 415000 or they can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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Body found and 25 year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder.

Post  AnnaEsse on Thu 17 Jun - 16:06

A body has been found near the Chesterton Windmill in the early hours of Thursday. I drove past there on Tuesday, expecting there to be an obvious police presence when I read that they were searching in the area. There were police cars blocking the entrances to 2 fields and I assumed that the search had either ended or that the police were not very confident about their information. Sadly, a body was found in one of those fields.

It is so sad to hear of a woman who came here to work and send money back to her family in Poland, who ends up dead in a farmer's field. My thoughts are with her family, her sister, her husband and her little son.

Warwick Courier

Published Date:
17 June 2010



Police
investigating the disappearance of 23-year-old Polish woman Elzbieta
Kinczyk have found a body on farmland near Chesterton.

Although they have not confirmed the body was that of Ms Kinczyk,
Warwickshire Police have arrested a 25-year-old man on suspicion of
murder.

Ms Kinczyk, whom her family have described as a devoted wife and mother,
had not been seen since shortly before 1pm on Sunday June 6, when she
left her house to meet a male friend outside the Rangemaster factory in
Grove Place, Old Town, a short distance from her home.

The body was found shortly after midnight on Thursday morning in a
farmer's field around 100 yards from Chesterton Windmill.

Police announced on Tuesday they were searching land near Harbury Lane
following tip-offs from various sources.

Ms Kinczyk, known as Ela, had been living in Leamington for around a
year, and had been working as a cleaner at Elisabeth the Chef in
Sydenham.

Described as "extremely hardworking", she had been sending money back
to her husband Thomasz and five-year-old son Patric in Poland.

Police investigating her disappearance are hoping to speak to a number
of people shown on CCTV footage passing the place where Ela was last
seen.

A spokeswoman said: "We are still appealing for witnesses who saw Ela on
Sunday June 6. The last sighting of her was in the area near
Rangemaster."

Call Leamington police on 415000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



The Rangemaster factory where Ela was last seen. That road would be very quiet on a Sunday afternoon.



Just round the corner there are little alleyways like this between terraced houses that lead to a very quiet recreation ground that borders the canal.

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Elzbieta Kinczyk found dead

Post  AnnaEsse on Thu 17 Jun - 16:52

BBC News



A body has been found by police searching for a missing Polish woman who
was living in Warwickshire.



Elzbieta Kinczyk (known as Ela), 23, of Leamington Spa, went missing
after meeting a friend in Grove Place in the town on 6 June.

Forty officers were involved in the case and said a woman's body was
found in Windmill Hill Lane, Chesterton. An identity has not been
confirmed yet.

A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.


Mrs Kinczyk lived with a sister and brother-in-law and was working in
Leamington Spa to send money to her husband and five-year-old son
Pactric in Poland.



An area off Harbury Lane, between Leamington Spa and Bishops Tachbrook,
has been cordoned off since Tuesday in the search for Mrs Kinczyk.

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Post  wjk on Thu 17 Jun - 23:14

Oh, no! My thoughts are with Ela's family xx
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Post  wjk on Thu 17 Jun - 23:56

RIP Ela xx
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Post  AnnaEsse on Fri 18 Jun - 15:21

Identity has not yet been confirmed, though I think the police must be fairly sure since they have arrested a 25 year-old man on suspicion of murder.

"Policeinvestigating the disappearance of Polish national Elzbieta Kinczyk are
appealing for witnesses who saw anything suspicious near Chesterton
Windmill on Sunday 6 June

The body of a woman was found in a field next to Windmill Hill Lane
yesterday (Thursday)

The location remains cordoned off today while police continue to examine
the scene.

The body was removed from the location yesterday evening (Thursday) and a
post mortem examination by a Home Office Pathologist is due to held
later today (Friday).

Confirmation of the woman's identity is not yet available.

Police are still searching a number of other locations around
Leamington.

A 25 year old man, arrested on Thursday morning on suspicion of murder,
remains in police custody today.

Elzbieta Kinczyk, known as Ela to her friends and family, was last seen
on Sunday June 6 the Rangemaster factory in Grove Place, south
Leamington, at around 1pm

The youg mother, who lived in nearby Northway, had told her family that
she was going to meet a friend.

Police are still appealing for witnesses who may have seen Ela in or
near Grove Place at around the time she was last seen.

Anyone with any information should contact the incident room on 415000
or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. "

Warwick Courier

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Man charged with murder.

Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 19 Jun - 7:30

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/coventry_and_warwickshire/10355962.stm

A 25-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a Polish woman who
went missing in Warwickshire.

Elzbieta Kinczyk, 23, of Leamington Spa, was last seen meeting a friend
in Grove Place in the town on 6 June.



Officers discovered a body in a field by Windmill Hill Lane, Chesterton,
shortly before midnight on Wednesday, which they believe is Mrs
Kinczyk.



Formal identification of the body is yet to take place. Piotr Moczulski
of Leamington is accused of her murder.

The Polish national was arrested at his home in south Leamington in the
early hours of Thursday and is due to appear before Nuneaton magistrates
on Saturday.


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Family of Elzbieta Kinczyk release moving statement after her killer is convicted

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 18 Apr - 23:13

Published on Friday 15 April 2011 15:18

ELZBIETA Kinczyk’s family have released a moving statement following the conviction of the 23-year-old mother’s killer.

Ms Kinczyk, better known as Ela, of Northway, Old Town, Leamington, was murdered by Piotr Moczulski in June last year.

Moczulski, 26, of Newgale Walk, Sydenham, was found guilty of murder by a jury at Warwick Crown Court today (Friday).

He will serve a minimum of 32 years in prison before he is eligible for parole.

After hearing the verdict Ela’s family released a statement, which said: “The last few months have completely changed our lives. How could we accept the thought that the life of the person beloved to us has been taken by someone?

“The pain and suffering in our hearts cannot be described and we will always miss our Ela. When we were notified of the finding of the body, it was like a nightmare one could not wake up from. But this nightmare will never end for us.

“The commandment of love states that ‘thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself’ but this psychopath murdered our sister and mother of a six-year- old.

“What did she do to him to deserve this, what is trust and friendship nowadays, would it translate to assaulting, raping and murdering?

“Her son Patrys has lost his only mother and will never say ‘mama’ again.

“Moczulski must bear in mind that the guilty one will be punished.

“We miss Ela a lot and know that she’s always with us, her husband and her son. They had so many plans together, so many of our family memories and conversations.

“What we’re left with now is a block of black marble with ‘let’s love people now, they go so soon’ inscribed on it.”

More on the trial will be published on this website, the @Leamcourier Twitter feed and next week’s Courier.

http://www.leamingtoncourier.co.uk/news/local/family_of_elzbieta_kinczyk_release_moving_statement_after_her_killer_is_convicted_1_2598337

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Judge condemns “brutal” murderer of Ela Kinczyk

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 18 Apr - 23:18

http://www.leamingtoncourier.co.uk/news/judge_condemns_brutal_murderer_of_ela_kinczyk_1_2598260

Published on Friday 15 April 2011 14:51

PIOTR Moczulski will serve at least 32 years in prison for the “brutal” murder of Elzbieta Kinczyk.

A jury at Warwick Crown Court today (Friday) took a little over four hours to find the 26-year-old guilty of the murder of the young woman on June 6 last year.

He had met Mrs Kinczyk, known to her friends as Ela, outside the Rangemaster factory in south Leamington, apparently to discuss his own failed relationship with his partner.

Her body was found badly decomposed in a field near Chesterton Windmill 11 days later. She had been raped and beaten to death.

But despite closed circuit television pictures showing Moczulski driving away with his victim in the passenger seat of his car, he always denied this. Insisting the police had faked the images, he claimed the only person in the car with him was his son.

Having displayed no emotion throughout the trial, Moczulski remained impassive as the verdict was read out.

Sentencing him to a minimum of 32 years, Judge the Hon Mrs Justice Dame Julia Macur told Moczulski he had behaved “most brutally” towards her, even though she had both babysat for him and agreed to meet him to discuss the break-up.

She said the nature of Mrs Kinczyk’s injuries showed he had carried out a “sustained” attack on his victim, inflicting eight blows to her face and head, stoving in her skull, and that Mrs Kinczyk had been sexually assaulted before her death.

Judge Macur told him: “It can only be that you raped her and no doubt killed her so she could not report that to the authorities or to your partner.”

Adding that he had concealed her body in a field of oilseed rape, where it was subject to further “desecration” in the hot summer weather, she said: “Her family had no hope of being able to identify their loved one or otherwise lay her to rest with a picture in their minds of how she was.”

Moczulski appeared to aid the investigation by accompanying his partner Ewelina as she tried to help Mrs Kinczyk’s family, who had called in a clairvoyant to trace her - a fact Judge Macur described as “callous”.

Noting that he had shown no remorse, the Judge added that the attack was “brutal” and the nature of his detection - a tracking device on his car as he returned to the scene with a spade - showed he was preparing to conceal her body.

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