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Nurse Rui Li's Husband Charged With Murder
The husband of nurse Rui Li, who was discovered dead in a car in Bournemouth, has been charged with her murder, police say.
Pierre Legris, 60, will appear before Bournemouth Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Legris's 26-year-old son, also from Bournemouth, remains in custody after Dorset Police were given additional time to question him.
Officers discovered the body of 44-year-old Ms Li "concealed within a silver Fiat Punto", along Verwood Crescent in north Bournemouth on Friday - some four miles from her home in Burnham Drive.
Her distinctive Porsche Boxter, with the personalised number plate L1 RUI, was found outside a property in Wolverton Road.
She was last seen by her 18-year-old daughter more than a week ago and reported missing on Tuesday.
Detective Inspector Marcus Hester, of the major crime investigation team, said: "Family Liaison Officers have updated Rui's daughter with these developments - clearly, this is a very difficult time for her as she tries to come to terms with the loss of her mother."
He also continued to appeal for friends and family to come forward so detectives could "build a full picture" of her lifestyle.
"This latest development does not mean we do not want to hear from members of the public if they have any information that could help with the investigation into Rui Li's death," he said.
"We still very much want to hear from anyone who may have any information about what happened to Rui Li."
Formal identification has not yet taken place and the inquest will be opened in due course, police said.
Ms Li was last seen alive by her 18-year-old daughter, Lu Yao, at her home on May 23.
Miss Yao had previously made an emotional appeal for her "loving mum" to get in touch, saying: "My mum is a very conscientious and caring nurse and never lets anyone down."
Detectives said Ms Li moved to the UK from China a decade ago and had worked at Poole General Hospital since 2009.