The family of a young woman who was killed in 2016 by a stalking ex-boyfriend invite donations to be made to the Suzy Lamplugh Trust in her memory, to increase support for the National Stalking Helpline.

Alice Ruggles was just 24 when she was killed at her home in Rawling Street, Gateshead on Wednesday 12th October. You can read Alice's story on the Alice Ruggles Trust website. Alice's Family have set up the Alice Ruggles Trust to raise awareness of stalking and its dangers, and it is working alongside the Suzy Lamplugh Trust as a member of the National Stalking Consortium.

Trimaan 'Harry' Dhillon, 26, a soldier serving with the 2 Scots, based at Glencorse Barracks, in Penicuik, Midlothian, was convicted of her murder in April 2017 and is now serving a life sentence with a minimum tariff of 22 years. The story of the police operation resulting in his arrest and conviction was featured in the ITV documentary "An hour to catch a killer" which was aired on 12 October 2017.

Click here for more information about the National Stalking Helpline.