Cumbria police have confirmed that six people have been charged in relation to the murder of a 32 year old Polish man in Carlisle.
Three people have been charged with murder and three have been charged with assisting an offender. They will appear in front of Carlisle magistrates this morning.
Piotr Zygner, aged 30, Pauline Mucha, aged 26 and Sylwester Kawalec aged 23 have all been charged with murder.Artur Skoczen aged 30, Adam Karpuk aged 23 and Artur Woszczyna aged 44 have all been charged with assisting an offender. All six are Polish.
An 18 year old who was also arrested has been released without charge.
32 year old Polish national Poitre Kulinski was attacked on the 14th October at Arnside road in Carlisle, he later died.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Duhig said:
“This investigation is still active and we are still appealing for members of the public who may have any information about the circumstances which led up to this attack to contact us. A team of detectives are still working on the investigation and they are available to support anyone who has any information which could assist.”
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