Man charged with murder of missing Croydon mother

10:58 06 January 2013

Janelle Duncan-Bailey was last seen on Wednesday. Picture: Met Police

Janelle Duncan-Bailey was last seen on Wednesday. Picture: Met Police

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A man has been charged with the murder of missing Thornton Heath mother Janelle Duncan-Bailey.

Jerome McDonald, 30, of Fairlands Avenue, Thornton Heath, will appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

Miss Duncan-Bailey, 25, was last seen on Wednesday morning.

The body of a woman was found in a parked car in Mayfield Crescent yesterday afternoon.

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