Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 28 December 2014

Stabbing victims were co-workers

A police cordon in New Road, Harlington, west London, where the bodies were found earlier this week
A police cordon in New Road, Harlington, west London, where the bodies were found earlier this week

Two people found stabbed to death at a house near Heathrow airport have been named by police, as a man was remanded in custody accused of their murders.

Alice Adams and Tibor Vass, both 20, were found at the property in Harlington, west London - near the Radisson Edwardian Heathrow Hotel where they both worked.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said Attila Ban, 31, a Hungarian national, of Harlington, was remanded in custody when he appeared at West London Magistrates' Court on Saturday.

Police found the bodies of Ms Adams, from Buckinghamshire, and Mr Vass, a Hungarian national, on Wednesday.

Ban was arrested in Harlington on Friday after receiving treatment for wrist and neck injuries at a west London hospital.

He will appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.

Ms Adams, Mr Vass and Ban all worked as receptionists at the hotel.

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