People who are out there know what happened
It is 24 years since mother-oftwo Sarah Lewin was beaten to death at her Sheepridge home. Detectives are now reviewing the case. Andrew Robinson reports. someone was going to come and get her.
“She put her two kids into foster care because she didn’t want them around as she knew something was going to happen. I believe drugs got her into trouble.”
He added: “It’s got to be somebody she knew well - someone who had been to her house before and someone who lived on the estate.”
Jason, 48, said that the family was still dealing with the pain of losing Sarah and knowing the killer was still at large.
“As a family it is killing us. We have had to live through 24 years. It’s hard not knowing who the culprit is. There’s nothing I would not do to get it solved. We need to find out who has done this. When she died it was like my life had just stopped.”
He remembers Sarah as “everything a big sister should be” - kind and caring and “always there for us”.
“She was a good sister, she was a good laugh. I live in hope of someone being prosecuted for this. I pray for the day someone comes forward. I have never lost hope.
“When something like this happens to your own flesh and blood it never leaves you. We have good days and we have bad days.”
Jimmy, who is 60 later this month, remembers Sarah as a very social person who had many friends.
“We were never apart from birth. We did everything together, from going to pubs and to nightclubs. We went to school together and were fostered together when we were six.
“I have never known anyone to receive so many birthday and Christmas cards. She had loads of friends and was very outgoing.
“She was always smiling and happy. A lot of people liked her and I never came across