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Catherine Gowing accused to appear in court today

Clive Sharp, 46, was charged with murdering the Offaly-born veterinarian last October.

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THE MAN ACCUSED of the murder of Offaly woman Catherine Gowing in Wales late last year is to appear in court today.

Clive Sharp, 46, from Gwynedd, is due at Mold Crown Court at noon today, according to the Flintshire Chronicle.

Catherine Gowing was reported missing when she failed to turn up for work at Evans Veterinary Practice in Mold on 15 October 2012. On 18 October, her burned-out car was discovered about two miles from her home.

On October 31, human remains later confirmed to be those of the missing 37-year-old were found in a shallow pool in Sealand, Flintshire. Two days later further remains were discovered at the banks of the River Dee three miles away.

Gowing had been living in Flintshire for about 18 months.

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