Sameena Imam disappearance: Police find a body
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Police investigating the disappearance of Sameena Imam have found a body.
The 34-year-old woman, a former Loxford High School pupil, was last seen on Christmas Eve, before she was to travel to Ilford to spend the festive period with her family.
She was living in Cardiff, but working in Coventry when she went missing.
Police searched an allotment site last week off Groby Road, Leicester, and found a body on Friday.
The body has been formally identified and a post mortem was carried out on Saturday.
Two brothers – Roger Cooper, 40, of Tile Hurst Drive, Coventry, and David Cooper, 38, of Hughenden Drive, Leicester – have been charged with her murder.
They appeared via videolink at Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday January 13 and have been remanded in custody with a provisional trial date set for the end of June.
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