Vigils have been held around Ireland to remember Ashling Murphy.
The 23-year-old schoolteacher was attacked and killed while out jogging along the Grand Canal in Tullamore, Co Offaly on Wednesday afternoon.
A new person of interest has been identified in the investigation.
The National Women's Council held its #VigilForAshling outside the Dáil at 4.00pm, while another gathering took place in Tullamore.
This was the scene outside the Dáil in Dublin city earlier on Friday:
A minute's silence was held to remember her, with Taoiseach Micheál Martin among those in attendance.
Her friend, Grace Corrigan, also addressed the crowd.
While people who had gathered sang a rendition of 'A Woman's Heart'.
In Tullamore, a local candle company donated 500 candles and a local printer donated a sign for people to leave messages.
And musical tributes were paid to Ashling - who was an accomplished musician.
Similar events were held across the country including Limerick (Arthur's Quay Park) and Belfast (Belfast City Hall).
Dublin- #VigilforAshling, 4pm, Fri @ Dáil
Galway- 6pm, tonight @ Eyre Square
Limerick- 6pm, Fri @ Arthur's Quay Park
Cork- 9.30am, Sat @ the Atlantic Pond
Belfast- 4pm, Fri @ Belfast City Hall
Derry- 4pm, Fri @ Guildhall Steps
Tullamore-4pm, Friday @ Tullamore Town Park
— Womenscouncilireland (@NWCI) January 13, 2022
Hundreds of people also attended a vigil for her at Eyre Square in Galway on Thursday evening.
And a vigil is also planned in England on Saturday.
It will be held outside the London Irish Centre in London at 4.00pm.
People are asked to wear facemaks and adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Additional reporting: Paul O'Donoghue (Dublin), Kacey O'Riordan (Tullamore) and Tom Douglas (Dublin).