Steven Stocks, 43, charged with murder of Wisbech woman Laraine Rayner - he will appear at Cambridge Crown Court in October

PUBLISHED: 16:47 06 May 2016 | UPDATED: 16:47 06 May 2016

Wisbech murder victim Laraine Maria Rayner

Wisbech murder victim Laraine Maria Rayner

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Steven Stocks was charged with the murder of Laraine Rayner and preventing her lawful and decent burial after appearing at Huntingdon Crown Court today.

The 43-year-old did not enter a plea.

Ms Rayner’s body was discovered at a property in Mill Road on April 24. 
A post mortem concluded that she died from a stab wound to the neck.

A provisional trial date has been set for October 17 at Cambridge Crown Court.

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