Two Charged Over Polish Man's Death

21 August 2012, 10:48 | Updated: 21 August 2012, 10:52

Two more men have been charged with the kidnap and murder of a Polish national whose body was found in a remote field in Northamptonshire.

Daniel Kosowski, 39, and Artur Janik, 26, have been charged with killing Andrzej Kulesza, whose remains were found near Rothersthorpe in April last year.

The Metropolitan Police said Kosowski, of Henry Adlington Close, Beckton, east London, and Janik, of Thorpe Road, Walsall, would appear in custody at London's Brent Magistrates' Court.

Mr Kulesza was reported missing after leaving his home in Stamford Hill, north London, in September 2010 to visit a local shop.

A third defendant has already been charged with kidnap and murder in relation to the 27-year-old's death.

Kamil Dreszer, 26, of Martin Close, Edmonton, north London, was charged with the offences last week and was remanded in custody at Highgate Magistrates' Court.

All three men are formally charged with the kidnap and murder of Mr Kulesza on or after September 19 2010.

Two other men arrested in connection with the investigation remain on police bail.