Tragic details emerge as mum-of-three allegedly murdered in Bexley is identified

A mum-of-three allegedly killed in Sydney has been identified, as her husband faces court over her alleged murder.

Amira Moghnieh, 30, was found dead in an apartment in Unwin St, Bexley on Wednesday evening.

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Paramedics treated her but she died at the scene.

Her husband, Ahmad Hodroj, 39, was arrested at the home and taken to Kogarah Police Station, where he was charged with murder.

Police at the scene in Bexley on Thursday. Credit: 7NEWS
Amira Moghnieh was found dead on Wednesday evening. Credit: 7NEWS

7NEWS understands Moghnieh and Hodroj had been separated for one year and she had been at his house to pick up her children when she was allegedly murdered.

The 30-year-old was employed as an aged care worker in Bankstown and had been an aspiring graphic artist.

Hodroj faced Sutherland Local Court on Thursday morning, where the matter was briefly mentioned.

He didn’t apply for bail and it was formally refused.

He is set to face court again next month.

– with Isabelle Mullen

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