TWO men charged with conspiring to burgle the home of a Wrexham woman who was later allegedly murdered have been further remanded in custody.
Christopher Natt, 52, of North Road, Ponciau, and David Lovell, 29, of Bloom Avenue, Brymbo, appeared at a preliminary hearing at Mold Crown Court.
They are accused of conspiracy to burgle at Bryn Hafod, the home of Glynis Solmaz, 65.
The judge, Mr Recorder Wyn Lloyd Jones, adjourned the case until May, to link up with the case of two others charged with murder.
Members of Mrs Solmaz’s family attended the five minute hearing.
Two other men, Alexandros Wetherill, 23, of Plas Gwyn, Wrexham, and Christopher Curran, 34, of no fixed address, have both been charged with murder and conspiracy to burgle.
They have already appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court for their preliminary hearing.
Mr Lloyd Jones fixed a joint hearing for all four to enter their pleas on May 17 but said that date may have to change, depending on where the senior judge for North Wales, Judge Merfyn Hughes QC, was sitting.