Dozens of Aberdonians paid tribute to Sarah Everard with a vigil at the Castlegate last night.
Pictures from the memorial showed the socially-distanced mourners stood with their phone torches on in an act of solidarity with the Reclaim these streets movement.
Candles and a manner displaying the message “Stop killing us. #TooManyMen” was displayed at the Mercat Cross.
A video from the event showed a performer singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
It comes as police continue to be criticised for the “deeply disturbing” scenes at Clapham on Friday night.
Scotland Yard said police have routinely been searching areas of London and Kent as part of the investigation.
Serving police officer Wayne Couzens, 48, has been charged with Ms Everard’s kidnap and murder.
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