Man charged with historical murder of former Kilburn woman
Lithuanian chambermaid killed days after moving from Kilburn to Wembley
A 53-year-old man has been charged with murdering a mother-of-one 12 years ago.
James Citro from Weston-Super-Mare is accused of killing Nijole Siskeviciene on 20 October, 1998.
The body of the 44-year-old chambermaid, who had lived in Charteris Road, Kilburn, was found outside a row of garages in Lancelot Road, Wembley.
Ms Siskeviciene, who came to the UK from Lithuania the year before with her teenage son, had moved to Wembley six days before.
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Citro is due to appear before Brent Magistrates Court this morning (Saturday) charged with the historical murder.
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