A MAN has denied murdering a mum-of-two who was found dead in a lay-by after she vanished from home.
Sarah Henshaw, 31, was last seen in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, on June 20.
Her body was discovered six days later in a lay-by on the A617 near Chesterfield close to the M1.
Darren Hall, 36, appeared at Derby Crown Court today where he denied murdering Sarah between June 19 and 23.
He was remanded into custody ahead of a provisional trial date set for December 4.
Following her tragic death, Sarah's mum Lorraine paid tribute to her first born child, who she said was "a wonderful daughter and sister".
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She added: "She was also a fantastic mum to her two girls, who she loved so much.
“Sarah would always put others first and was always incredibly kind.
“As a family we are all devastated by her death.
"We miss her so much and will love her forever.”
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A GoFundMe launched to help Sarah's family has now raised more than £9,000.
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