Three men charged with Boston murder of Jan Pawel Stochnialek

Jan Pawel Stochnialek Mr Stochnialek's body was found in a Boston waterway

Three men have been charged over the murder a Polish man whose body was found in a waterway.

Jan Pawel Stochnialek, 28, from Boston, was found dead in the South Forty-Foot Drain in the town on 25 January.

Piotr Firlit, 23 and Bartlomiej Marszalkiewicz, 25, both of Fieldfare Croft, Boston were arrested in King's Lynn on Thursday.

Zlanek Dziob, 34, of Hadley Street, Salford, was arrested in Manchester. All are due before Boston magistrates.

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