Catherine Wells-Burr: Third person charged with murder

Catherine Wells-Burr Catherine Wells-Burr worked as a business analyst

A third person has been charged with the murder of a Somerset woman who was found in her burning car.

The body of Catherine Wells-Burr, 23, from Chard, was found next to the A358 near Ilminster, Somerset, in September.

Tadevsz Dmytryszyn, 38, was arrested and released on police bail following her death. He was further arrested at the weekend and charged on Tuesday.

Miss Wells-Burr's boyfriend Rafal Nowak, 31, and Anna Lagwinowicz, 32, have been jointly charged with murder.

Mr Nowak, of Willow Way, Chard, and Ms Lagwinowicz, of South Street, Taunton, are in custody and awaiting trial.

A preliminary date for a four-week trial at Bristol Crown Court has been set for 10 April 2013.

Mr Dmytryszyn is due to appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.

Miss Wells-Burr, a Bath Spa University graduate, was discovered in her red Ford Focus in a field in Ashill.

She had worked as a business analyst for Numatic International in Chard.

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