Newlywed Thomas Nutt, 45, is accused of the murder of his wife Dawn Walker, 52, who was found in a zippered suitcase in a field just four days after their wedding. It happened in West Yorkshire, UK.
The man is accused of killing his wife, packing her in a suitcase and dumping the luggage in a field near her home a few days after the wedding.
The woman’s body was found in a suitcase next to her house at Lightcliffe on Sunday. West Yorkshire Police detectives suspect that the Walker was killed between Wednesday of last week and Sunday, according to reports.
Nutt and Walker They were married on October 27 after dating for two years. The accused suspect will appear in Bradford Magistrates Court this morning.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “Detectives have charged a man with murder in connection with the body of a woman found in Lightcliffe on Sunday October 31. Thomas Nutt, 45 of Shirley Grove, Lightcliffe has been charged with the Dawn Walker’s murder, believed to have occurred between Wednesday, October 27, and Sunday, October 31, 2021. It has been placed in pretrial detention to appear in Bradford Magistrates Court. The Major Investigation and Homicide Team continues to investigate this matter. “
Walker’s distressed family described her as a “loving daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend.” Sister Lisa said “My heart is really broken” He added: “In circumstances beyond our control, it was taken from us so suddenly. We ask you at this time as a family, to respect our privacy and allow us to cry.”
Friends and family placed flowers and tributes at their home and at the Halifax site where her body was discovered over the weekend, as posted Daily Star.