Police hunting a murder suspect wanted in connection with the "wicked" killing of a young mother are making door-to-door inquiries in the city where they believe he is hiding.
Detectives have offered a £5,000 reward to entice anyone who might be helping Michael Cope.
Police have branded the 28-year-old a "dangerous man".
He is wanted for the "sustained and vicious" murder of Linzi Ashton, whose body was found at her home in Winton, Salford, Greater Manchester.
Miss Ashton, a 25-year-old mother of two who had previously complained to police that Cope raped and attacked her, suffered injuries to her face and head, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said.
Her body was discovered by a relative at her home in Westbourne Road shortly before 6pm on Saturday. Her two daughters, Daisy, two, and Destiny, seven, were not at the address at the time.
Police think Cope is still in the Salford area.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said detectives were today conducting door-to-door inquiries in the city.
They have previously warned anyone who might be harbouring or assisting the suspect that they will be in "deep trouble" if they do not alert officers to Cope's whereabouts.
Superintendent Kevin Mulligan yesterday warned that Cope has a history of violent and aggressive behaviour, saying: "He does represent a risk to the community."
Speaking of the reward, offered by GMP and the charity Crimestoppers, he said: "His picture has been widely circulated but he has still not handed himself in, so it is likely that he is being offered sanctuary by his associates. That is why we are announcing this reward of £5,000 for anyone who has information leading to Cope's arrest and conviction.
"Five thousand pounds could be a life-changing amount of money so I want people to think long and hard and if you know where Cope is, then coming forward will not only lead to a financial reward but also the reward of helping to give Linzi's family the justice they deserve."
Cope was in a brief "acrimonious" relationship with Miss Ashton, a barmaid at the Duke of York pub in nearby Eccles.
Mr Mulligan said police had been seeking to arrest Cope since the end of April when Miss Ashton made her complaint of rape against him.
The focus of the manhunt remained in Salford with a large police presence in the Winton area.
"He is a dangerous man and if anyone sees him out on the streets or anywhere else they need to ring 999," Mr Mulligan said.
"The bottom line here is that this is a really nasty, wicked crime and if anyone is harbouring him they have a moral duty to come forward and tell us where he is."
Liam Grime, the father of Miss Ashton's daughter Daisy, said he was among the people who discovered her body.
He told Sky News: "Everybody loved her. She was the love of my life and there's never going to be anybody like her, ever.
"I'll never be able to find anyone like her. She was devoted to the kids, she was everyone's friend, she put everybody first and she was a one-off."
In a statement, Miss Ashton's family said: "Linzi was a much-loved daughter, sister, aunt and mum to two beautiful children, Destiny and Daisy.
"She was the most beautiful, generous, caring person anyone could ever wish to meet. She would never harm anyone and was always there for her children and family. She loved treating her girls to princess sleepovers, dressing up and baking for them. When she walked into a room it would light up with her energy and love.
"Life will never be the same again without her. Our whole family and friends have been devastated by her death. The whole community is in shock."
Mr Mulligan said GMP's handling of Miss Ashton's case has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
Anyone with information should call police on 0161 856 5092, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.