Neill Buchel murder: Men charged over body parts in lake

Neill Buchel Neill Buchel's body parts were found at the beginning of April

Three men have been charged with murder after body parts were found in a lake.

The body parts, which were found in White Hart Lakes in Dagenham, east London, have been identified as being 39-year-old Neill Buchel.

Chas Quye, 35, of Stansgate Road and Scott Hunt, 41, of Braintree Road, both in Dagenham, as well Elvis Kwiatkowski, 35, of Royston, Hertfordshire, have been charged with his murder.

All three were due before Redbridge magistrates on Saturday.

Colin Bushaway, 60, of Gregory Crescent, Eltham, was charged on 1 May with perverting the course of justice and has been bailed to appear at the same court on 20 May.

Mr Buchel was reported missing by his family on 18 March and his body parts were found on 1 April.

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