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The mother of murdered student Libby Squire fears her killer may have flashed her weeks before her death but didn’t report it.
Lisa Squire is urging people to report all non-contact ‘minor’ offences to the police in a bid to stop other twisted killers like Pawel Relowicz causing more misery.
She said she is haunted by the fact her daughter Libby, 21, was flashed in Hull just weeks before she was kidnapped, raped, murdered and dumped in the river by depraved Relowicz in January, 2019.
Speaking to The Mirror, from her home in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, nurse Lisa, 51, said: ‘I know Libby was flashed at, a few weeks or months before she died. It happened after a night out around November time. I’m not sure exactly when.
Lisa said she wants to see an early intervention along with education in school on the subject
Relowicz had left the village of Warszewice, northern Poland, with his wife, now 26, five years before the murder and both found work at pork producer Karro Foods’ plant in Malton, North Yorks
Libby, 21, was flashed in Hull just weeks before she was kidnapped, raped, murdered and dumped in the river by depraved Relowicz in January, 2019
‘She told him to ‘p**s off’ basically, and berated him.
‘I said to her ‘you should really report it’ and she said “Oh mum, I gave him a mouthful and told him what a pathetic human being he was.” But she didn’t report it.
‘And that absolutely haunts me now because likely or not that was him.’
Lisa said she wants to see an early intervention along with education in school on the subject of flashing and sexual harassment.
Her younger 19-year-old daughter Beth is also due to go to university this September.
She spoke to her about the importance of reporting minor crimes, warning that each time the person flahses it could go ‘a bit further’ each time.
‘By reporting it, you are hopefully stopping the next person being attacked by this man,’ Lisa added.
Relowicz had left the village of Warszewice, northern Poland, with his wife, now 26, five years before the murder and both found work at pork producer Karro Foods’ plant in Malton, North Yorks.
He was given a role as a butcher and was seen by Hull’s Polish community as a ‘normal friendly, hard-working family man’.
But really he was a sexual deviant who peered through the windows of student’s and broke into their houses to steal knickers and sex toys before leaving behind condoms as ‘calling cards.’
Lisa is haunted by the fact Libby was flashed at but never reported it to the police. She believes it may have been Relowicz
He ‘patrolled’ the interlocked network of streets around the family home in his silver Vauxhall Astra and kept with him the pink holdall which held the ‘trophies’ he’d stolen during his sexually motivated raids.
During his trial at Sheffield Crown Court, Richard Wright, QC, said in the time leading up to Libby’s murder, Relowicz’s sexual urges were ‘completely out of control’ at that time and Relowicz agreed that they were.
The trial was told he left used condoms behind because he wanted to strike fear into the women whose homes he had invaded and ‘got a kick’ out of them knowing he had been masturbating while there.
Throughout 2017, 2018 and 2019, Relowicz continued his behaviour and was only caught when it was too late for Libby.
The perverted killer was a sexual deviant who peered through the windows of student houses, broke into their houses to steal knickers and sex toys and left behind condoms as ‘calling cards’
A court artist’s sketch of Pawel Relowicz (in blue) sitting in Sheffield Crown Court
He was jailed in February 2021 and sentenced for 27 years for the kidnapping, rape and murder of Libby Squire.
Also in August 2019, he was jailed for eight and a half years after admitting nine offences including theft of sexual items and voyeurism at Sheffield Crown Court.
Judge Jeremy Richardson, QC, told him: ‘It is clear to me that you harbour sexually deviant traits within your character. This led you to commit these crimes which, taken as a whole, may only be characterised as a campaign of sexually deviant criminality.
‘Your conduct has caused immense distress to several young women in Hull. I regard you as potentially a very dangerous individual.
‘You lived with your wife at Raglan Street in Hull. Your home was near to the University of Hull and nearby student accommodation. Over a period of about 19 months from June 2017 you exhibited very disturbing behaviour towards young women living close to where you lived.’
Source: Daily Mail