Two men are charged with murder of star private school student who fell into a life of addiction before she was found dead in scrub with her half-naked body badly burned
Two men have been charged with murdering a woman whose charred and half-naked body was found dumped in a bush nine months ago.
Najma Carroll, 33, was found in bushland near Sandy Point Quarry off Heathcote Road in Menai, NSW, at 5.15pm on July 29, 2020.
She was found by a local taking their dog for a walk, with police later describing her injuries as ‘horrific’.
Early examinations indicated attempts had been made to set her body on fire.
Najma Carroll (pictured) was found in bushland near Sandy Point Quarry in Menai on July 29
Detectives arrested two men at Silverwater jail on Tuesday night and and Wednesday morning and charged them with murder.
They have been charged with murder and will face Sutherland Local Court on Wednesday.
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