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 Sunday, 5 January, 2003, 17:22 GMT
Man charged over body parts murders
Anthony Hardy
Anthony Hardy will appear in court on Monday
A man has been charged with three murders following the discovery of body parts in black bags in north London.

Anthony Hardy, 51, from Royal College Street, Camden, will appear at Hendon Magistrates Court on Monday.

He has been charged with the murders of Sally Rose White, Elizabeth Selina Valad and a 36-year-old woman who has not been formally identified.

The women died in January and December last year.

Prayers said

The remains of 29-year-old prostitute Miss Valad, from Nottingham, and an unidentified woman were discovered at a flat in Camden and in nearby bins on Monday.

Miss Valad, who was of English and Iranian parentage, moved to London from Nottingham 12 years ago, aged 17.

She was identified by her breast implants. Parts of her legs and torso were found but her head and hands are still missing.

Ms White died in January at an address in Royal College Street.

A post-mortem examination at the time showed that she died of a heart attack, but new evidence has now led to the murder charge.

Earlier on Sunday prayers were said for the two women whose body parts were found.


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