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July 15, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- Her uncle screamed 'No!' when he found her body at a park in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England, according to thesun.co.uk

The 20-year-old barmaid trusted her friend to walk her home at night, apparently to keep her safe. 

Instead, authorities believe he raped and killed her by strangulation, then dumper her body in a pond. The couple was returning from a rapper performance when the crime occurred, reports say. 

The victim is identified as Keeley Bunker. The suspect is 20-year-old Wesley Streete.

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The prosecution allege that Ms Bunker, who was just 4ft 11in and weighed six-and-a-half stone, was killed by "trusted" friend Wesley Streete, who tried to cover up her body with branches in Wiggington Park, a jury was told.

She had celebrated her birthday just days earlier and was due to attend a job interview later that day - but never arrived, Stafford Crown Court heard today.

There was evidence that she had been strangled.

Streete, also 20, of no fixed address, told the victim's best friend that he would walk Ms Bunker home safely, but prosecutors have alleged he told "lie after lie", claiming she was still alive when they parted ways.

Jurors heard that, on the evening of Wednesday September 18, Ms Bunker had been to a concert at Birmingham's O2 Institute.

The pair arranged to go clubbing afterwards with Streete.


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