Two charged with Stonebridge murder
Polish pair remanded in custody
TWO homeless Polish men have appeared in court charged with murdering a compatriot whose body was found a derelict office block.
Piotr Kulik, 29, and Krzysztof Szafisz, 33, are accused of killing 37-year-old Marcin Porczek who was found in the disused former Unisys building on North Circular Road, Stonebridge.
Mr Porczek, who was found on December 14, died from a head injury.
All three men are believed to have been sleeping rough in the building.
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Kulik and Krzysztof have been remanded in custody after appearing before Brent Magistrates’ Court on Saturday.
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