Romanian woman murdered in the UK, man charged

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A man has been charged with murder after the body of a woman was discovered at a house in Skegness. Romanian woman Lenuta Ioana Haidemac had been reported missing and her body was found in a house on Drummond Road on Friday evening, Lincolnshire Police said, quoted by the BBC.

According to realitatea.net, the woman’s relatives in Romania were shocked: “My heart aches, we received the news late in the evening,” the woman’s father in law Andras Culceaer said. Before leaving for the UK last year, together with her partner, the woman worked with a company based in Arad (western Romania). She had two children, 3 and 12 years old, who live with their grandparents, but currently were with their parents in the UK. Their grandmother has left for England to bring them back home, the source reads.

The 28-year-old, who lived in Lincoln, was last seen being dropped off in the road a week ago. Casey Scott, 29, of Drummond Road, is due to appear before Lincoln Magistrates.

She was last seen in Skegness on Wednesday July 20 at approximately 10pm, wearing a black dress and high heels when she was dropped off in Drummond Road. Her concerned family and friends reported her absence two days later on Friday. Later that day, her body was found in the Drummond Road property, thesun.co.uk reports.

A 29-year-old Skegness local has been arrested on suspicion of her murder.

Holidaymaker John Farmer, who was staying at the Sherwood Lodge Hotel opposite the property, told the Mail Online: “I saw two cars pull up and plain clothes and uniformed officers got out and used a knocker to get in. “All I heard was ‘bang bang’ and in they went.

 

Photo: Lincolnshire police

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