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Who is Agnes Akom?
Agnes Akom, known to her friends as Dora, disappeared after leaving her home on nearby Cricklewood Broadway, northwest London, on May 9.
Forensic identification of the human remains has yet to be carried out, but Agnes’s family has been informed and is supported by specially trained officers.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil John, Principal Investigative Officer for the Met’s Northern Crime Specialist, said: “ The discovery of human remains by my colleagues searching the area is both shocking and deeply disturbing to all involved, in particularly for Agnes’s family, who continue to receive support. by specialist officers. I request that your privacy be respected in these difficult times.
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“I hope my team and my forensic colleagues will stay at Neasden Recreation Park for a few days while they maintain the scene and complete the site examinations.
“I would like to thank the local community for their patience as we continue our investigations on the recreation ground.”
It comes after a 63-year-old man was charged with the murder of the Hungarian citizen in May, two weeks after her disappearance.
Neculai Paizan was arrested on May 18 in connection with her disappearance and was charged with her murder a week later.
It is believed that Ms. Akom was a prostitute in the capital.
Paizan will appear in Willesden Magistrates Court later Monday, the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
In May, a 63-year-old man arrested by police was reported to have been in hospital the day before with self-inflicted injuries sustained while in custody.
Neculai Paizan, 63, was arrested in May in connection with the disappearance of Ms Akom
Ms. Akom has been described as being around 5 feet 5 inches tall with blonde hair.
She was wearing a distinctive white faux fur coat, blue ripped jeans, and light pink sneakers when she disappeared.
The detectives are following all possible lines of investigation.
In an earlier statement, Metropolitan Police Chief Inspector of Detectives Neil John said: ‘Our officers are working tirelessly to locate Agnes, who has not been seen or heard in 10 days.
“There is great concern for Agnes’ safety and our priority is to find her as soon as possible.
“We are conducting extensive searches of the Park Royal and Holland Park areas today after her arrest, and we continue to use all investigative opportunities to build a clear picture of her movements.
“We are following all possible leads and we are asking the public to help us in our work.
“If you may have seen Agnes, or have any information on her whereabouts during the past 10 days, please contact the police.”
Met Police previously launched an appeal for the public to come forward if they see or have seen something suspicious that they consider relevant.
Agnes Akom Quicks and Facts
- Police searching for missing woman have found human remains in a London park
- Discovery was made by officers searching Neasden Recreation Park on Monday
- Forensic identification is yet to take place on the human remains, Met Police said
- Agnes Akom left home in Cricklewood Broadway, north-west London, on May 9
- It comes as Neculai Paizan, 63, was arrested and charged with her murder in May