Beheading in London

Police are still looking for the head.

Police have not yet named the headless victim. (BBC)

Police have arrested a 45 year-old man in north London for the beheading of another man whose body was found by shoppers wrapped in a blanket behind a supermarket.
Sky News and ROP reported:

Police have charged a 45-year-old man with murder after the headless body of a man was found behind a shopping centre.

Mohamed Boudjenane, of Kingsgate Road, Kilburn, north London, will appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court on Monday.

The headless body, wrapped in blankets, was found by shoppers in a supermarket goods cage in Kingsgate Place, Kilburn, on Wednesday.

Police are still holding a man and a woman on suspicion of assisting an offender. (They all live in the same house.)

All three were arrested in Alvaston, Derby, on Friday.

The BBC has more on the London beheading.

Police are still searching for the head.

UPDATE: (Monday AM) The head has been found.
The victim was identified:

The decapitated corpse of Albanian Lakhdar Ouyahia, 43, was found in Kingsgate Place, Kilburn, north London, on Wednesday wrapped in blankets.

His head was found in the Grand Union Canal in St John?s Wood, west London, on Saturday afternoon, Scotland Yard said.

Mohamed Boudjenane appears in court this morning.

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