Sarbjit Kaur murder trial: CCTV shows mysterious figure seen entering and leaving house where Wolverhampton woman was killed

The jury in the trial of a husband accused of murdering his seamstress wife have been shown CCTV of a mysterious figure seen entering and leaving the house.

Victim Sarbjit Kaur
Victim Sarbjit Kaur

Birmingham Crown Court was shown footage of the person, believed to have been a woman, entering Gurpreet Singh and Sarbjit Kaur’s house at about 8.15am on February 16, 2018.

The footage showed the figure arriving at the couple’s home on Rookery Lane, Penn, Wolverhampton, before Mrs Kaur’s murder, CCTV evidence given by West Midlands Police’s Dc Spencer Jenkins showed.

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Singh, who denies the murder of his wife Mrs Kaur, was also seen on the footage shown to the jury dropping his children off at school at about 7.50am before he drove back home.

The mysterious figure was captured on footage entering the property at about 8.15am before leaving at 9.08am – minutes after Singh had left for work in his Jaguar just after 9am, a judge was told.

The person, dressed in a hooded parka jacket and with a SportsDirect bag, is alleged by the prosecution to have been Singh’s accomplice but has not been identified.

Singh, aged 45, was later captured on CCTV at his concrete business G & D Services.

The defendant later picked up his two children from the school and stopped off at a BP petrol station before he headed home to Rookery Lane at about 4pm, Birmingham Crown Court was shown.

A call was made to the emergency services via the landline phone, Mr David Mason QC, prosecuting, said.

Two WhatsApp calls were then made by Singh to his brother followed by a second call to the emergency services, Mr Mason QC added.

The trial continues.

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