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Georgia murder suspect due in court

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Georgia WilliamsGeorgia Williams was last seen on Sunday night


A man is due to appear in court later charged with the murder of teenager Georgia Williams.


Seventeen-year-old student Georgia, from Wellington, Shropshire, was last seen in the town on Sunday evening.


Jamie Reynolds, 22, also from the town, who was arrested in Glasgow on Tuesday, has been charged with murder and is due before Telford magistrates.


Police search teams found a girl's body in woodland near Wrexham on Friday. The girl has not been formally identified.


The body was found at about 14:00 BST in woodland off the Nant-y-Garth pass in north Wales.


Supt Nav Malik, from West Mercia Police, said: "During our enquiries, sadly, late [Thursday] afternoon new evidence came to light that proved Georgia was deceased and that she died at an address in Wellington.


"For obvious legal reasons, particularly to ensure that future court proceedings are not jeopardised, we are not able to reveal further information about this evidence at this time."


He said the discovery of a body related to their investigation into the teenager's disappearance.




Supt Nav Malik: "The body of a young female has been found in woodland"



Georgia is the daughter of a West Mercia Police detective constable.


Supt Malik added: "Georgia's family have been kept fully informed of all the recent developments and this has only added to the devastation they are feeling about this week's events.


"We are totally committed to every investigation we launch but dealing with events that directly affect a colleague and fellow member of the policing family - especially one that many of us know so well - is unusual and has proved extremely tough and emotional for everyone."





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