‘First date night in forever’: Young mother-of-two posts haunting photo smiling next to man on night out – just six hours before he allegedly murdered her in ‘altercation’
- The pictures uploaded to Facebook show Levi Ogden, 26, next to Lloyd Birkby
- Hours later mother-of-two died after she was found seriously injured in Halifax
- Miss Ogden rushed to intensive care but pronounced dead shortly afterwards
- Lloyd Birkby, 26, will appear at Bradford Magistrates Court charged with murder
Mother-of-two Levi Ogden was found seriously injured on Silver Street, in Halifax town centre
A young mother-of-two posted a haunting photo of her smiling next to a man on a night out – just six hours before he allegedly murdered her in an ‘altercation.’
The pictures uploaded to Facebook show Levi Ogden, 26, next to Lloyd Birkby, with the caption saying ‘Date night, first one in forever.’
Just hours later the mother-of-two died after she was found seriously injured on Silver Street, Halifax town centre, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Miss Ogden was rushed to intensive care but pronounced dead shortly afterwards.
Lloyd Birkby, 26, will appear before Bradford Magistrates Court tomorrow morning charged with her murder.
Birkby is also charged with two offences of assault against other people present during the incident on Silver Street.
A JustGiving page has been opened in her memory with £3,000 raised by 179 supporters so far.
The money will be used for Miss Ogden’s funeral service and towards caring for her two very young children.
The pictures uploaded to Facebook show Levi Ogden, 26, next to Lloyd Birkby, with the caption saying ‘Date night, first one in forever’
Halifax city centre taped off by West Yorkshire Police after the murder of a 26 year old woman in the early hours of Sunday morning
Friends and family members have been posting tributes to the 26-year-old on social media and have left flowers at the scene.
One person said: ‘I am absolutely heartbroken and in shock. I have no words
‘I was thinking of you and all the family today, we were best friends growing up and I will cherish those memories for the rest of my life. I cant believe this is true.’
While another said: ‘R.i.p you beautiful women… my heart goes out to your babies and your family at this sad sad time.’
Anyone who witnessed the incident or who has any information that could assist the investigation is asked to contact West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team via 101 quoting Operation Patondeat or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.