Ali Qazimaj denies double Weybread murder

Sylvia Stuart and Peter Stuart Image copyright Diss Express
Image caption The body of Peter Stuart was found but his wife Sylvia remains missing

A man accused of killing a husband and wife has denied their murder.

Ali Qazimaj, 43, was extradited from Luxembourg to face charges over the deaths of Peter and Sylvia Stuart, from Weybread, Suffolk.

Mr Stuart, 75, was found stabbed to death near the couple's home on 3 June. His wife, aged 69, has not been found but is thought to have been killed.

Mr Qazimaj's barrister entered not guilty pleas at Ipswich Crown Court on his client's behalf.

The Stuarts were last seen alive at Goodies Farm Shop in Pulham Market, Norfolk, on 29 May. They were reported missing five days later.

Mr Qazimaj was arrested on 17 June.

Image copyright Suffolk Police
Image caption Ali Qazimaj was extradited from Luxembourg to face charges in the UK

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