A 20-year-old Hungarian woman named Ágnes Ákom was reported missing on the 11th of May, two days after she left her home in London, in the Cricklewood Broadway area two days earlier.
The London authorities are working hard on the case and even though they still did not find her, nor her body, they continue the search. According to our previous report on the case, the police suspects that something terrible might have happened to Ágnes.
The London police have arrested a 63-year-old man and they are suspecting that the man might have murdered the 20-year-old Hungarian girl,
BBC reported. The suspect, Neculai Paizan is said to have known Ágnes, who moved to London about three years ago.
Neculai Paizan was already heard at the Willesden Magistrates’ Court exactly a week ago, said BBC, but the search is still going on, as the suspect is denying the charges.
Mylondon collected in their article all the places the Metropolitan Police has looked for her. According to them, the suspected murderer was arrested on the 18th of May and on the same day, the police have started their search around the area of the Lennox Auto Car Showroom in North Acton. The search took three days with no breakthrough.
From the 19th of May, the London police have thoroughly searched Park Royal and Holland Park in the West London area, Mylondon reported. The police also searched for two other locations since our last report.
On May 21st the Metropolitan Police have also searched the areas of Neasden Recreation Park, with no success. Thanks to a statement by the Metropolitan Police, Mylondon have connected that the high police presence around the Welsh Harp Reservoir and the West Hendon Playing Fields can also be connected to the search of the 20-year-old Hungarian woman, Ágnes Ákom.
Blikk has managed to find the girl’s uncle, who hopes his niece is still alive:
“Ágika is a very sweet girl. After reading the news, I immediately called her mother, who, along with me, was very hopeful that this was just a nightmare. We believe Ágnes is alive and trying to stay strong.”
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that a Hungarian woman has been murdered in England. In 2019, the body of Henriett was found in a freezer, along with another woman.
It turned out that both women were murdered by the same man: he had a love affair with Henriett, then abused her. The man was sentenced to life imprisonment, Blikk reported.
The police asks that if anyone knows anything about the whereabouts of Ágnes, or have seen something suspicious between the 9th the 11th of May, please report it to the authorities. Ágnes Ákom wore a white coat with fake fur on it, blue ripped jeans and light pink trainers when she went missing. She is an approximately 5ft tall (165cm) woman with light blonde hair.