Murder Charge After Body Found in Southall Canal

Arizo Nour accused of killing 57-year-old woman

The canal at Bulls Bridge Road in SouthallThe canal at Bulls Bridge Road in Southall. Picture: Google Streetview


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August 9, 2023

A 33-year-old woman has appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates Court charged with the killing of a 57-year-old woman.

Arizo Nour of Northumberland Crescent, Feltham was remanded in custody to next appear at the Old Bailey on Friday, 11 August.

The police say they were called to Northumberland Crescent on Sunday 6 August at 10:26pm after neighbours reported concerns for the welfare of a resident.

Officers entered the property and, although they discovered signs of a disturbance, nobody was found inside.

The following day searches were carried out in the canal by Bulls Bridge Road in Southall and the remains of a body, believed to be that of the victim, were found.

Arizo Nour was arrested at Greenford Bridge.

Crime scene were put in place at the canal and at Northumberland Crescent.

Detective Inspector Ollie Stride, said, “We await formal identification of the deceased, however, specially trained officers are supporting the family. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.

'Searches are continuing in the area of Bulls Bridge Road and the canal and I appreciate the public's patience while police cordons remain in place.'

Chief Superintendent Sean Wilson, in charge of policing in Hounslow, said, “This is a horrific incident and our thoughts are with the family of the deceased.

“Officers are patrolling the area so please do stop and talk to them.”

Anyone who has information or footage relating to the incident has been asked to call 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting 6952/6AUG.


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