Father, 44, accused of murdering his teenage daughter, 19, appears in court

Father, 44, accused of murdering his teenage daughter, 19, appears in court
Father, 44, accused of murdering his teenage daughter, 19, appears in court
PICTURED: Father, 44, accused of running over his teenage daughter, 19, in Norfolk cul-de-sac home appears in court charged with her murder Father accused of murdering his teenage daughter was remanded today  Nigel Malt, 44, allegedly hit his daughter Lauren Malt, 19, with his car Incident took place in West Winch near Kings Lynn on Sunday night

A man accused of murdering his teenage daughter in a Norfolk cul-de-sac at the weekend appeared in court today.

Nigel Malt, 44, allegedly hit his daughter Lauren Malt with his car near a play area in West Winch, near Kings Lynn.

The tragedy is believed to have happened around 50 yards from the home of the 19-year-old's grandmother in Leete Way.

Malt spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth when he appeared wearing a red, white and black tracksuit top in a four minute hearing before Norwich Magistrates' Court.

He walked with a pronounced limp when he entered the dock after the court clerk stated that he had 'limited mobility'.

Malt was not asked to enter a plea after he was told he had been charged with the murder of Lauren on Sunday. He was remanded in custody to next appear before a judge tomorrow at Norwich Crown Court. 

Nigel Malt allegedly hit his daughter Lauren Malt (pictured) with his car near a play area in West Winch near Kings Lynn on Sunday night

Nigel Malt allegedly hit his daughter Lauren Malt (pictured) with his car near a play area in West Winch near Kings Lynn on Sunday night 

Malt (pictured) spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth when he appeared wearing a red, white and black tracksuit top in a four minute hearing before Norwich Magistrates' Court

Malt (pictured) spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth when he appeared wearing a red, white and black tracksuit top in a four minute hearing before Norwich Magistrates' Court

Police called to reports of a disturbance in the road and a teenager being hit by a car just before 7.30pm. Miss Malt was pronounced dead soon after she arrived at the hospital

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