Pizzeria owner, 44, who murdered his maths teacher wife, 28, is jailed for 18 years

A pizza shop owner has been jailed for life after killing his wife and leaving her body undiscovered in an unmarked grave for nearly seven months.

Nezam Salangy, 44, told officers that his wife Zobaidah Salangy, 28, had ‘gone for a run and never came back’ when quizzed over her disappearance. 

He was found guilty of murdering his partner of eight years at Worcester Crown Court, and was today jailed for life with a minimum of 18 years before being considered for parole. 

Salangy attacked his wife on March 29 2020, before burying her in woodland near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, under the cover of darkness.

But bungling police failed to discover her body until more than six months later, and then charged her husband in connection with her death. 

Salangy’s younger brothers Mohammed Yasin, 34, and 31-year-old Mohammed Ramin Salangy, who worked in another pizza shop, were also convicted alongside their older brother of helping him to cover up the crime.

Mohammed Ramin received a sentence…

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