TWO men have been accused of murdering pensioner Glynis Solmaz.
Alexandros Weatherill, 23, and Christopher Curran, 34, were charged yesterday evening, less than a week after Ms Solmaz’s body was found at her home in Caia Park, Wrexham.
Weatherill and Curran have been charged with murder, along with conspiracy to break into Ms Solmaz’s Bryn Hafod property.
Two other men, Christopher Natt, 52, and David Lovell, 29, have also been charged with conspiracy to burgle.
All four men are from the Wrexham area and were charged at the town’s police station.
They are due to appear before Wrexham Magistrates’ Court tomorrow morning.
The body of 65-year-old Ms Solmaz, who lived alone, was found at her home last Wednesday.
Weatherill was arrested on Friday and held at Wrexham Police Station for questioning.
Police were given a 36 hour extension for questioning on Sunday and a 24 hour extension on Monday.
The three other men were arrested on Monday night.
An inquest has been opened into the death. A post-mortem examination was performed by a Home Office pathologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital but the cause has yet to be established.
North Wales Police investigating officers say Ms Solmaz enjoyed walking her two Rottweiler dogs around the area. She was last seen at a local chemist shop at about 11.10am on Monday, February 18.
Police are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen Ms Solmaz between the weekend of Sunday, February 17 and the discovery of her body at 10am on Wednesday, February 20.
Anyone with information is asked to call Wrexham CID at North Wales Police on 101 quoting incident number P026849 or anonymously on Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.