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Ealing: Three loaded with murder of Shakira Spencer, 35


three people were accused with in murder of Shakira Spencer who was found dead in Ealing on Sunday.

Officers were called to Holbeck Road, Hanwell just before 4:40 pm after concerns were raised. for welfare of woman inside property.

They broke into the entrance and found in body of woman who later identified as 35-year- old Shakira. She was spoken dead on the stage.

Monday three people were arrested on suspicion of murder – a 25-year- an old man and two women37 and 43 years old.

They were charged with murder on Thursday night, and should show up in detention at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

Chief Inspector Brian Howey of the Metropolitan Crime Unit said: “I’m glad we were able to file charges. against these three people as we continue work get justice for Shakira family.

“Understandably, they are devastated, and specialist officers continue to supply them with whatever support we can.

“Prosecution of suspects just part of our role. Now it is vital that we build as complete a picture as possible of Shakira’s recent movements and life in months and possibly years before death.

“I am addressing for Any information specifically about Shakira in the period between Friday, September 9th and Friday, September 16th.

“Have you seen her out and about? Did you have contact with her in Any way? If yes, did she talk about any concerns she had? I would urge anyone with information, no matter how insignificant as you think it might be to get in touch with my team.

“I also want hear from anyone who knew Shakira in any container, just in immediate past so that we can build full picture of her life.”

Anyone with information, no matter how minor it might be, highly recommended call police on 101 citing 59/26SEP.

Information may also be provided to Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111. Crimestoppers is a charity. They take anonymity incredibly seriously, they don’t ask for names, and they cannot track calls or IP addresses.

Information, images and videos may also be uploaded to a dedicated major police incidents page for this case.

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Adrian Ovalle
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