The man accused of stabbing an Aldi supermarket worker to death is due in court charged with her murder.
Neville Hord, 44, is accused of attacking Jodie Willsher, 30, as she worked at the store in Skipton, North Yorkshire.
Mother-of-one Mrs Willsher sustained multiple injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene on Thursday.
Mr Hord will appear at York Magistrates’ Court later, North Yorkshire Police said.
The force has also appealed for a member of the public who intervened in the attack to contact them.
Officers said he was believed to be in his 60s, and was wearing a flat cap and a two-tone light and dark walking jacket.
He is thought to have been shopping with a woman who has short light-brown hair and was wearing a light-coloured, possibly grey, jacket.
The force said: “He was the first person to try and intervene and was involved in a sustained struggle.
“They appear to have left the store before the emergency services arrived.”
Family members and friends have paid tribute to Mrs Willsher.
Malcolm Willsher described his wife as “lovely and warm and always had a smile on her face”.
He added: “She was amazing, beautiful and a lovely person. She was a doting mother and a loving wife.”
Flowers were left in the supermarket car park, with friends describing her as “a truly lovely woman and very popular”.
Aldi said the store, in Keighley Road, would be closed until further notice to allow police to carry out investigations.