Phoenix Netts, 28, was found in suitcases dumped in the Forest of Dean
A woman whose charred and dismembered body was found in suitcases dumped in a forest was today named as 28-year-old Phoenix Netts.
The young woman was killed at a women’s refuge in Birmingham where she had been living for a number of months.
Handyman Mahesh Sorithaya, 38, has been charged with assisting an offender.
It is understood that Ms Netts last-known whereabouts date back to mid-April. Her phone, which had gone unanswered, was said to have disconnected last Tuesday.
Her family today said they were ‘devastated’ by the death.
Father of two Mahesh Sorathiya, 38, from Wolverhampton was charged with assisting an offender. He was today granted bail
A woman whose body was discovered in the Forest of Dean last Tuesday (12 May) has been named as Phoenix Netts.