Man to stand trial after pleading not guilty to murdering woman in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 16:48 18 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:48 18 May 2017

Dzilva Butiene died from an abdominal trauma on April 5.

Dzilva Butiene died from an abdominal trauma on April 5.

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A man will stand trial later this year after pleading not guilty to murdering a woman in Wisbech last month.

Kestutis Bauzys, 46, made the plea at Cambridge Crown Court today (May 18). A trial has now been set for October 3.

Dzilva Butiene, 48, died as a result of a trauma to the abdomen on April 5 in Orange Grove.

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