THE fifth victim of the so-called Suffolk Strangler is expected to be named today.
She will almost certainly be identified as missing prostitute Annette Nicholls, 29.
The body was found near Levington, five miles from Ipswich, on December 12. Annette had been missing for a week.
Since December 2, the bodies of five women have been found dumped in the area, prompting a massive manhunt by Suffolk Police.
A second body found near Levington has been identified as that of prostitute Paula Clennell. She had been missing since Sunday.
The other victims are Gemma Adams, 25, Tania Nicol, 19, and Anneli Alderton, 24.
Police found some clothes in Ipswich town centre. They are checking whether or not clothes belonged to Miss Clennell.
In today's Daily Mirror Miss Clennell's boyfriend Paul Turner, 44, says he believes the serial killer is a Felixstowe man, in his 30s or 40s, who slept with her and other prostitutes.
He said the prostitutes had stolen from the man who might have had killed them in revenge.
Referring to Miss Clennell, he said: "I think I know who killed her."
He said of the Felixstowe man: "Maybe this guy had enough of being ripped off and lashed out.
"He could have the killing bug or wanted to get revenge on every one of them who'd stolen from him."
Miss Clennell, 24, was almost certainly strangled.
Media speculation has been rife about a chubby man in a blue BMW.
* Police from West Yorkshire are helping with the hunt.
A team from the region travelled to Ipswich after a request by Suffolk police for help.
They will assist with house-to-house inquiries.
Nearly 250 officers from nine forces have been sent to help.