DETECTIVES were set to carry out a reconstruction today into events surrounding the Ipswich prostitute murders.
Since December 2, five women have been found dead after being dumped in the area, horrifying the local community and prompting a massive manhunt by Suffolk Police.
The victims include Anneli Alderton, who used to live and work in Huddersfield.
An inquest into Miss Alderton's death and that of three of the other victims - Tania Nicol, Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls - was due to open today but has been postponed.
An inquest was opened and adjourned into the death of the fifth victim, Gemma Adams, last week.
All five were found naked.
More than 500 officers are hunting one of Britain's most prolific killers.
Police have taken more than 10,000 calls from the public about the killings.