THE grieving daughters of pensioner Glynis Solmaz have spoken of their loss publicly for the first time.
The pair have paid a heartfelt tribute to their 65-year-old mother, who was found dead at her home on Bryn Hafod in Caia Park, Wrexham, on the morning of Wednesday, February 20.
The siblings have also expressed their thanks to the local community for their support.
In a joint statement, daughters Donna and Paula said: “We are absolutely devastated about the unthinkable circumstances in which we have lost our mum .
“She will be very deeply missed.
“Mum was a very popular, bubbly person with a huge heart.
“We have been overwhelmed by the kindness and support from family, friends and neighbours and we would like to thank each and every one of them, as well as North Wales Police, for all the compassion shown to us.”
Anyone with information on Ms Solmaz’ death can call North Wales Police.
l TWO men have appeared in crown court accused of the murder of Ms Solmaz.
Alexandros Wetherill, 23, of Plas Gwyn, Wrexham, and Christopher Curran, 34, of no fixed address, have both been charged with murder and conspiracy to burgle.
After an 11-minute hearing yesterday, attended by members Mrs Solmaz’s family at Caernarfon Crown Court, Judge Merfyn Hughes, QC, remanded them in custody until May 7 when they will be asked to enter pleas.
On Wednesday, Christopher Natt, 52, of North Road, Ponciau, and David Lovell, 29, of Bloom Avenue, Brymbo, appeared at Wrexham Magistrates Court accused of conspiracy to burgle at Bryn Hafod.
Natt and Lovell were both remanded in custody and are due to appear next at Mold Crown Court on March 8.