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Son charged with murder of mother following Kentish Town fire

10:53 12 May 2014

Forensics officers at the scene on Friday

Forensics officers at the scene on Friday

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The son of a woman found dead by firefighters tackling a blaze at her flat in Kentish Town has been charged with her murder.

Peter Holboll, 44, is accused of killing Tamara Holboll, 67, after her body was discovered on Friday morning.

Firefighters were called to a blaze at her home in Lawford Road.

Her body was found with multiple stab wounds.

Mr Holboll has also been charged with arson.

Four other individuals and a baby were also rescued from the fire.

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