Vietnamese mother found murdered in UK

Quyen Ngoc Nguyen, 29, was found dead in a burnt out car (Image: © North News & Pictures ltd)

Friends have paid tribute to “the most kind and beautiful” mum whose body was found in a burnt out car.

They made the emotional tributes after two men appeared in court charged with murdering Vietnamese mum-of-one Quyen Ngoc Nguyen, 29.

Her body was found in a burning car near allotments in Shiney Row near Sunderland in the early hours of Tuesday.

No details of the case were revealed in the two-minute hearing.

Stephen Unwin, 39, of St Oswald’s Terrace, Houghton, Tyne and Wear, and William McFall, 50, of Waterloo Road, Blackpool, were remanded in custody before magistrates sitting at Newcastle Crown Court.

A mourner outside Newcastle Crown Court carries a photograph of Quyen Ngoc Nguyen (Image: PA)

One man carried a photograph of the dead woman, who lived in the Killingworth area of North Tyneside.

Outside court a female friend said: “She was the most beautiful and kind girl.

“Since she died, people have come from all over the UK, from Birmingham and London, everywhere, just to see her picture.

“Even now, they cannot see her body.

“She never upset anybody.”

The friend said Ms Nguyen was working having studied for an MBA in business in the UK.

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