Man denies murdering former girlfriend
THE former boyfriend of Dawn Walker has formally denied murdering the 37-year-old fitness fanatic before a crown court judge.Sales rep Kevin Nunn spoke only to confirm his name and enter his not guilty plea to a single charge of murder at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday .
THE former boyfriend of Dawn Walker has formally denied murdering the 37-year-old fitness fanatic before a crown court judge.
Sales rep Kevin Nunn spoke only to confirm his name and enter his not guilty plea to a single charge of murder at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday .
The 44-year-old, from Wrights Way in Woolpit, is accused of killing his former girlfriend, a printing assistant from Fornham All Saints, near Bury St Edmunds, on either February 2 or February 3 this year.
During the hearing, prosecutor Simon Spence said police inquiries were continuing regarding the case.
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He said 1,500 exhibits had been submitted, while it was likely 44 witnesses would be called to give evidence during the trial, which will last between three and four weeks.
Nunn, dressed in a dark grey suit, blue shirt and stripy blue tie, was remanded in custody by Judge John Devaux.
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Miss Walker, of Oak Close in Fornham All Saints, was last seen alive on Wednesday, February 2.
Her charred and semi-naked remains were discovered by walkers two days later, close to the River Lark in Fornham Park.
Warm tributes were paid to the former pupil at King Edward VI School, in Bury St Edmunds, who was described by her heartbroken mother Jean as "a loving daughter who gave the family so much to remember her by".