Woman could have been killed two weeks before being found dead in Richmond

Richmond and Twickenham Times: The Towers in Lower Mortlake Road, where Edyta Zawadsky and Bernadeta Nawracaj lived The Towers in Lower Mortlake Road, where Edyta Zawadsky and Bernadeta Nawracaj lived

A woman could have could have been killed up to two weeks before she was found dead at her Richmond flat, it was revealed in court today.

Bernadeta Nawracaj, 43, was found dead on Saturday at about 2pm at her home in  The Towers in Lower Mortlake Road.

Edyta Zawadsky, of Lower Mortlake Road, spoke only to confirm her name and address when she appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court today.

Ms Zawadsky, who was represented by Melanie Krudy, is charged with murdering Ms Nawracaj at some point between November 16 and 30.

She has been remanded in custody until her appearance at the Old Bailey for a bail hearing on December 6, and a preliminary hearing is set to take place on December 11.

Three other people who were arrested in connection with the same incident have been released without charge.

 

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