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Murder charge after body found at house in Kidderminster

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Image caption The man's body was found in a house in Broad Street, Kidderminster

A 27-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder after a body was discovered at a house.

Paul Lundy, 48, was found dead by police at the property on Broad Street, Kidderminster, on 23 May.

Nathan Calder, of Eddy Road, Kidderminster, was remanded in custody at the town's magistrates court on Wednesday.

He did not enter a plea and is due to appear before a judge at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday.

Two men, aged 28 and 61, who were initially arrested were released without charge.

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