The man accused of killing Bristol schoolgirl Becky Watts has made another brief appearance at Bristol Magistrates' Court as police continue to question five other suspects.
Nathan Matthews, 28, of Cotton Mill Lane, Bristol, was charged with the 16-year-old schoolgirl's murder on 5 March.
He appeared via video link at the court and has been given a provisional trial date of 1 September.
Body parts belonging to Watts, who was last seen on 19 February, were found at a property in Barton Hill on 2 March.
Shauna Hoare, of the same address, appeared at the same court on 4 March and was also remanded until a hearing on 2 April. The 21-year-old is charged with intending to pervert the course of justice.
Matthews' court appearance comes as Avon and Somerset police continue to question five suspects - four men and one women - who were arrested on 3 March in connection with Watts's death.
Detectives were given until today (6 March) to either charge or release the suspects.