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Beckton man charged with murder after body found in field

PUBLISHED: 08:53 21 August 2012

Victim: Andrzej Kulesza Picture: MPS

Victim: Andrzej Kulesza Picture: MPS

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A Beckton man has been charged with murder and kidnap following the discovery of a body in a remote field on the outskirts of Northampton in April last year.

Daniel Kosowski, 39, of Henry Adlington Close, was to appear at Brent Court in north-west London today with Artur Janik, 26, from Walsall.

At the same time a third person, Kamil Dreszer, 26, from Enfield, north London, was to appear at the Old Bailey.

All three are charged with the kidnap and murder of 27-year-old Andrzej Kulesza on

or after September 19, 2010.

Andrzej had been reported missing to Tottenham police after being last seen leaving his home in Stamford Hill at about 8am on September 18 2010. He went out to buy milk and bread at the local shop but never returned home.

Detectives believe he was kidnapped.

On April 25 last year a woman walking her dog found bones in the field near

Rothersthorpe.

A post-mortem examination failed to establish a cause of death.

DNA tests showed the bones belonged to Andrzej and a murder

investigation was launched by the Metropolitan Police Service

An incident room opened at Hendon under Detective Chief Inspector

Jacqueline Sebire.

Anyone who can assist should call the incident room on (020) 8358 0200; if

you wish to remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Messages can also be left in Polish on (020) 8358 0305. A Polish-speaking

police officer will get back to you.

* A 35-year-old man and another man arrested in connection with the investigation remain on police bail. A 23-year-old man who was arrested will not be proceeded with.


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