Man charged with murdering French woman found buried in shallow grave in London garden | UK News

A man has been charged with the murder of a French woman found buried in a shallow grave in a London garden.

Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, failed to show for work on 5 March and was reported missing.

Her body was found in the back garden of her home in Darell Road, Kew, west London, and a post-mortem showed she had been strangled.

Kirill Belorusov, 32, was arrested last week in Tallinn, the capital of his home country of Estonia.

Police activity at a property on Darell Road in Kew
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Her body was found in the garden at a property in Darell Road, Kew

He was escorted back to Britain by UK police and charged with murder. He will appear at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Thursday.

Ms Garcia-Bertaux had been living in Kew since Apil and was described as “a wonderfully creative, caring and charismatic woman”.

She worked as a personal assistant at a public relations firm and was involved in film production, working on a short film with Dame Joan Collins in 2018.

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