A Polish butcher has been charged with the rape and murder of student Libby Squire.
Pawel Relowicz, 25, will seem on the Hull Magistrates’ Court on October 30.
Ms Squire, 21, disappeared after an evening out in February earlier this 12 months, sparking a large-scale search that concerned lots of of law enforcement officials and members of the general public.
The Hull University student’s physique was discovered seven weeks later within the Humber Estuary, close to the Grimsby docks, on March 20.
Police haven’t revealed how she died.
CPS Chief Crown Prosecutor Gerry Wareham mentioned: ‘Following the dying of Libby Squire in Hull on February 1, the Crown Prosecution Service has at this time authorised Humberside Police to cost Pawel Relowicz, 25, with rape and murder.
‘Libby’s household have been knowledgeable.
‘This determination was made following a cautious evaluation of all of the proof introduced to us by Humberside Police consequently of their prolonged and complicated investigation.
‘Criminal proceedings in opposition to Mr Relowicz at the moment are energetic and he has a proper to a good trial.
‘It is extremely important that there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings.’
Libby’s funeral befell at a church in a village near her hometown of High Wycombe, Bucks, on October 3.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Superintendent Martin Smalley, mentioned: ‘My heartfelt thanks go out to Libby’s mother and father for his or her continued understanding and endurance all through the investigative course of.
‘They have been updated on all of the developments in the investigation and we will continue to support them moving forward and throughout the court proceedings.’