A WOMAN who is alleged to have been murdered by her husband in Salisbury has been remembered by colleagues for being a "warm, kind and caring individual".

Aneta Zdun and her 18-year-old daughter Nikoleta died on Monday.

Marcin Zdun has appeared in court charged with their murder.

A tribute from the directors of Wessex Care, said: "It’s with great sadness and shock that we have lost a member of the Wessex Care family, Aneta, and also her beloved eldest daughter on Monday 1 June.

"Aneta was a well-loved and well-known member of the Wessex Care family who worked in our community team. Those of you who knew Aneta personally and professionally will know what a warm, kind and caring individual she was. She cared immensely for many vulnerable people throughout her career as a physiotherapist and healthcare assistant. She will be greatly missed and mourned by all who knew her."

"Our staff and clients are being supported through this difficult time and our thoughts are with Aneta’s family who are having to come to terms with the tragic loss of two family members," the statement added.

"You’ll be forever in our thoughts Aneta and thank you for the care and dedication you provided."

Marcin Zdun has appeared in court charged with the murder of his wife and daughter.

Appearing before Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court via video link from Melksham police station, the 39-year-old, of Wessex Road, entered no pleas to two charges of murder.

It is alleged he killed wife Aneta Zdun, 40, and their 18-year-old daughter Nikoleta Zdun at their home in Wessex Road on Monday.