Janet Muller death: Tributes after burning car death

Janet Muller at her school in Berlin, Germany, in 2012 Image copyright Sussex Police
Image caption Janet Muller had been reported missing the day before her body was found

The family of a student whose body was found in the boot of a burning car have described her as a "much-loved daughter and twin sister".

Janet Muller, 21, was found in Ifield, near Crawley, West Sussex, on 13 March, a day after she was reported missing from Mill View Hospital, in Hove.

Her family said she was "very inspirational, passionate and caring".

Christopher Jeffrey-Shaw, 26, from Beckenham, south London, has been charged with Ms Muller's murder.

Ms Muller, from Eastbourne, died from smoke inhalation, police have said.

In a statement, the family of the University of Brighton student said they had been "overwhelmed with the love and support" from her friends worldwide.

"This tragic event has left a deep hole in the hearts of all that knew her.

"She will be deeply missed and always remembered for her energetic, fun, bubbly and vibrant personality," they said.

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