- Akshar Ali, 26, and Yasmin Ahmed, 27, are both due before magistrates in Leeds
- They are accused of killing Sinead Wooding whose body was found on Sunday
- She was discovered in woods near Alwoodley Crags car park in West Yorkshire
- Asim Ali, 20, has been charged with assisting offender and is due before court
The body of 26-year-old Sinead Wooding was found in woodland in Leeds on Sunday
Two people have been charged with murdering a 26-year-old woman whose body was found in woodland.
Akshar Ali, 26, of Hyde Park, and Yasmin Ahmed, 27, of Potternewton, are both due before magistrates in Leeds accused of murdering Sinead Wooding, who is believed to be a mother.
Her body was found by joggers on Sunday in woods near Alwoodley Crags car park in the north of the city.
Asim Ali, 20, also of Hyde Park, has been charged with assisting an offender and is also due before court, officers added.
Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Spencer from West Yorkshire Police said that Miss Wooding's family were 'completely devastated about her death'.
He added that specially-trained family liaison officers are supporting the family 'at what is obviously an incredibly difficult time'.