A man accused of murdering a 19-year-old, who has been missing for almost a decade, has appeared before Magistrates.
Police spent all of last week searching for the remains of James Brodie on a farm in Lincolnshire. He went missing in 2003 after the fatal shooting of jeweller Marian Bates.
Today, Dean Betton from Radford in Nottingham, spoke only to confirm his name and address. He'll appear at Lincoln Crown Court on Monday.
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Tahir Mahmood was detained by Police as he was attempting to climb into the roof space of an out-building at his family’s home.
Family man Mr Javeed was the owner of Digbeth business Direct Source 3 and was shot and killed on February 3.
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