Killer lorry driver caught dragging wheelie bin with dead woman’s body inside

A killer lorry driver was caught on CCTV dragging a wheelie bin with the body of a woman he battered to death inside.

Neculai Paizan, 64, was found guilty of murder yesterday (Tuesday, July 19) at the Old Bailey in London and is now facing a life behind bars after beating Agnes Akom, 20, over the head more than 20 times with a power saw.

Police released images caught on CCTV of the man using a wheelie bin to move her body, before he buried it under a pile of logs in a park.

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In the months leading up to the murder, Paizan had been spotted with Ms Akom several times near the shipping container where he lived in Brent, north-west London.

Ms Akom was reported missing on May 11 last year, two days after leaving her flat in Cricklewood Broadway having told her partner that she was going to work.

She exchanged messages with Paizan between 10-11am on the day she left, and also messaged a man she worked for and had an 'intimate relationship' with.

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She booked an Uber to go to the other man's house, but Paizan arrived at the cafe where she was sitting before she left and, after an exchange, she got into his silver Dacia Sandero.

CCTV was played to the court which showed the pair entering the grey metal home together.

Paizan was seen leaving the container half an hour later, going to a nearby tap to wash off bloodstains.

Just after 3:30pm he dragged items from his shipping container and put them in the boot of his car, discarding Ms Akom's white fur coat, a rolled carpet, clothing, pink slip-on shoes and a jigsaw matted with her blood and hair.

CCTV later captured Paizan dragging a "large white item" deemed "large enough to contain a human body" to his car.

He then left the car with the body in the boot overnight before taking the car to a recreation ground the next morning to bury the body.

Ms Akom's body was found a month later covered in a black plastic bag with a cord around her throat, and a pathologist found death had been caused by at least 20 blows to the head.

Cops found a blood stain on the spine of a bible on a shelf in the shipping container, and a DNA sample taken from it matched Ms Akom's profile.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil John said: "Our thoughts today are with Agnes’ family and friends, who not only have suffered from her loss but have had to endure hearing the details of her murder during this trial.

"The level of violence Paizan used in his attack on Agnes is truly horrific. What she suffered inside the container does not bear thinking about.

"Our enquiries, which started with phone data, quickly led us to identify Paizan as someone who had regular contact with Agnes. It was his actions that made him a suspect, and the resulting investigation led to him being charged.

"During his testimony at the Old Bailey, Paizan concocted a number of stories in an attempt to paint Agnes in a bad light. Our investigation, and what we know about Agnes, tell us that whilst she was vulnerable, he has clearly lied about her background and personal situation in an attempt to sway the jury.

"It is likely that he preyed upon these vulnerabilities to abuse her, ultimately leading to her murder."

A jury found Paizan guilty after less than an hour of deliberation, and he will be sentenced next Monday (July 25).

He had denied murder, claiming he passed out after the victim gave him a drugged iced tea, and when he came around he found her dead.

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