Jun 5 2008 Frank Hurley
MORE than 100 police officers continue the hunt for the murderer of beautiful Eleni Pachou, 25.
She was repeatedly stabbed to death in a west end restaurant, Di Maggio's, Ruthven Lane, off Byres Road.
Her death came less than a day after the murder of Moira Jones in Queen's Park.
The double murders of two beautiful women with everything to live for in their careers rocked Glasgow because of their timing and barbaric savagery.
Eleni, a trainee manager and originally from Greece, met her gruesome death after staying late to lock up.
She had received a call on her mobile from someone she expected to meet.
But her body was found in the kitchen by a member of staff at 8.20am on Friday.
Detectives say it's vital they identify who made the call to Eleni minutes before her murder so they can be eliminated from inquiries.
Numerous door to door enquries by police officers continue in and around the vicinity of Di Maggio's to find Eleni's killer - possibly a robber she had disturbed after the person broke in.
Her brother and father rushed from Athens to be with another brother, who attends Strathclyde University.
Tragically Eleni's mother died a year-and-a-half ago.
Eleni's family joined in a memorial service for her on Sunday at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Luke in Dowanhill, Glasgow.
Father Constantine Papageorgiou said: "Our parishioners describe Eleni as a very happy, a very open girl.
"We want to remember her on behalf of the community and to pray for her family."
Police appeal for any information that may lead to the killer or if anyone saw someone acting suspiciusly around the restaurant on Thursday night.