Husband of Shehla Baig charged with her Crawley murder

Police officer in Woodfield Road, Crawley
Image caption Shehla Baig was found in a car outside her home on 16 November last year

The husband of a computer science graduate who was found stabbed to death in a car outside her home has been charged with murder.

Clasroom assistant Shehla Baig, 27, of Crawley, West Sussex, was found on 16 November.

Kashif Mirza Baig has appeared before Eastbourne Magistrates Court charged with her murder.

Mr Baig, 30, of Woodfield Road, will next appear at Lewes Crown Court on Monday.

Ms Baig was found in a Volkswagen Passat estate car outside her home in Woodfield Road.

Paramedics tried to resuscitate her but she died at the scene.

A post mortem examination found she died of multiple stab wounds.

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