Duo charged in Carole Waugh investigation

14:09 28 December 2012

Carole Waugh was found stabbed to death. File picture: PA

Carole Waugh was found stabbed to death. File picture: PA

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Two men will appear in court in connection with the investigation into the disappearance and death of oil executive Carole Waugh.

Derek Eastham, 55, of Great Peter Street, Westminster, and Elie Khoury, 39, of Spring Street, Paddington, have been charged with conspiracy to defraud.

Both have been bailed to appear at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on January 10 next year.

Miss Waugh, 50, who was living in Marylebone, had worked in the oil industry in Libya and was reported missing in May.

Her remains were discovered in the boot of a Volkswagen Golf at a lock up garage in New Malden in August.

Five other people have previously been charged in connection with the investigation.

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