A woman aged about 30 has been killed and her body dumped by the roadside in Kitala Entebbe, police have confirmed.
The Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, said police have not yet established the identity of the deceased.
Kayima said he learnt about the killing this morning, adding that the police will work hard to bring the culprits to book.
The incident comes in the wake of continuous killings of women in Entebbe, the latest being 25-year-old Aisha Nakasinde, whose body was recently found decomposing in a thicket in Kivundira village, Katabi town council.
Nakisinde brought to seven the number of women killed in the area.
Police say all victims are raped before being murdered and sticks inserted in their private parts, an indication that the murders are planned.
Kayima said police have already deployed in Kitala as investigations into the rampant murders continue.
He said police officers are combing the area to establish possible leads that might help apprehend the culprits.
Meanwhile, Police spokesperson Asan Kasingye has refuted reports that police have failed on its part.
He said police have already arrested some suspects in regard with the spate of murders and that some have already confessed.
He cited the suspects in the murder of Narah Wanyana, a student at Airforce S.S in Entebbe, who he said confessed to taking part in the crime.