Pictured covered in fake blood: Hallowe'en snap emerges of 'Knifeman', 44, charged with stabbing of mother-of-one Aldi worker to death in front of horrified shoppers

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The man charged with murdering an Aldi worker mother-of-one has been pictured drenched in fake blood.

Neville Hord appeared at York Magistrates' Court on Saturday where he was remanded in custody in a hearing lasting three minutes.

Arrest - Image - Halloween - Party - Blood

Since his arrest, an image of him has emerged at a Halloween party covered in fake blood and wide-eyed.

It comes after customers pinned down a man after 30-year-old Jodie Willsher was attacked at an Aldi in Skipton, North Yorkshire, on Thursday.

Police - Tragedy - Relationship - Victim - Mother

It has emerged that the suspect held by police following the tragedy was once in a relationship with the victim's 49-year-old mother Nikki Dinsdale.

Officers initially arrested Hord on suspicion of attempted murder but following Jodie's death the investigation was upgraded to a murder inquiry.

Hord - Great - Horton - Road - Bradford

Hord, of Great Horton Road, Bradford, stood in the dock flanked by two security officers.

Wearing a blue quilted t-shirt and grey shorts, he spoke only to give his name and confirm his date-of-birth and address.

Stairs - Dock - Centre - Courtroom - Hearing

He was handcuffed as he was led up stairs into the dock in the centre of the large courtroom, but these were taken off as the hearing got under way. There were no family members in court.

Balding Hord was told he will appear again at Leeds Crown Court on December 28.

Mrs - Willsher - Husband - Malcolm - Wife

Mrs Willsher's husband Malcolm described his wife as 'lovely and warm', and always having a smile on her face.

'She was amazing, beautiful and a lovely person. She was a doting mother and a loving wife,' he said in a statement.

North - Yorkshire - Police - Mrs - Willsher

North Yorkshire Police said Mrs Willsher suffered multiple serious injuries and died at the store on Keighley Road at about 3.30pm.

Colin Breslin, regional managing director at Aldi, said Mrs Willsher was a 'much loved and popular colleague', and that they were all deeply shocked and saddened by her death.

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