Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a 77-year-old Sydenham woman.
Vicki Ramadan’s body was found in her Sydenham home on Saturday, April 6.
Police confirmed Ms Ramadan’s body was found with injuries.
Homicide Detective Inspector Andrew Stamper soon after called for public assistance.
“There’s still a lot of unanswered questions,” he said.
“It was a brutal attack – there’s no other way to put it. A vulnerable, 77-year-old woman living by herself – it really was a horrific attack.
“What we are also interested in, is if anyone can provide details of any suspicious activity in and or around Vicki’s Marlborough Way home.”
Detectives set up an information caravan for a day and were re-examining an abandoned house after several squatters spoke to police in connection to the murder.
Despite the public call for information, the only update police had on the case was that “homicide squad detectives are continuing to investigate”.
Stuart Anderson, a neighbour of Ms Ramadan, last month told Nine News how he found her.
“I felt sick, like I felt really sick,” he said. “I was nervous – just a big shock of fear went through me.”
Ms Ramadan was often seen walking and was known to use public transport, in particular buses and taxis.
She also regularly visited Watergardens shopping centre and was well known by local traders.
Police confirmed Ms Ramadan had made multiple reports to police in the lead-up to her death, including that her house had been burgled.
Anyone with information is being urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.