Teenager charged with Kirsty Treloar murder in Hackney

A Fiat Stilo, the car in which the suspect fled with the victim, is removed by police
Image caption Ms Treloar's body was found in a car which was abandoned about a mile from her home

A teenager has been charged with the murder of a young mother found dead in a car in east London.

Myles Williams, 19, of Pond Farm Estate, Hackney, is accused of killing 20-year-old Kirsty Treloar.

He is also accused of the attempted murder of Ms Treloar's brother Dean, 22, and her sister Gemma, 24.

Ms Treloar was found with stab wounds on Monday in a grey Fiat Stilo, which was abandoned about a mile from her home in Brownlow Road, Hackney.

She was pronounced dead at the scene in Ryder Mews, also in Hackney.

Mr Williams appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court for a brief hearing.

He will appear at the Old Bailey on Friday and a provisional plea and case management hearing was set for 15 March.

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