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A suspect has been charged with murder in connection with the death of 31-year-old Marta Chmieelecka.
Pawel Chmielecki, 38, of Wood Street, Kettering, will appear before the judges in Northampton on Monday 25 October.
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Neighbors said police found 31-year-old Marta Chmielecka in a boarding house in Kettering, Northamptonshire, where her husband Piotr Omka lived.
They were married but separated. However, the couple is said to have revived their relationship.
A murder investigation was opened on Tuesday after police found Marta’s body in the £ 130,000 lot on Wood Street.
Police broke into her room, where they found her body and a seriously injured 38-year-old man.
Store owner Ganjo Rasull of the nearby Raja supermarket told MailOnline: “I’ve known Piotr for four or five years, he was visiting my other shop. He was a beer drinker.
“Piotr was Marta’s husband. He is quite a normal person. Marta never went to the store, but I know she used to visit the Wood Street house.
“It was a community house. Piotr had a room in the house. Piotr and Marta got divorced, but recently they started dating again.
“On weekends, when they drank, she would come home.
“The police took a car. When they broke into her room, they found the deceased woman there.
Agents keep asking whoever was on Wood Street between 10:30 pm. and 11 pm on Friday 15 October.
Pete Long, Investigative Inspector of the Criminal Team, said: “Our investigations are continuing rapidly and we have spoken to many people and gathered a lot of evidence to collect Marta’s latest move and the circumstances surrounding her death.
“Specially trained officers continue to support their families and I want to assure you that there is a great team of investigators working on this case and that we are doing everything in our power to do Martha justice.
“Now I want to call whoever was on Wood Street between 10:30 pm and 11pm on Friday 15 October to get in touch, as they may have information that can help us.”
“Even if you think you haven’t seen anything if you’ve been in the area these hours, please contact us.”