A man arrested in connection with the disappearance of student Libby Squire has been charged with three separate offences.
Paweł Rełowicz was arrested on Wednesday night at a house on Raglan Street, about half a mile from Libby’s student accommodation.
Police were last night given 24 more hours to question the 24-year-old on suspicion of her abduction.
It was the second time police extended the questioning time of Pawel, who works as a butcher in the area.
Tonight he was charged with voyeurism, outraging public decency and three counts of burglary.
Detective Superintendent Matt Hutchinson said: ’24-year-old Pawel Relowicz of Raglan Street, Hull has today been charged with voyeurism, outraging public decency and three counts of burglary.
‘An offence of outraging public decency was reported to have taken place on 19 January 2019 in Hull and an offence of voyeurism was reported on the 26 December 2018 in Hull.
‘The three burglaries were reported between December 2017 and January 2019.
‘He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Hull Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.’
On Sunday night, Humberside Police explained that the man ‘remains under investigation’.
The force said: ‘Our priority remains to find Libby and support her family at this incredibly distressing time.’
The University of Hull student, 21, was reported missing in Hull ten days ago and an intensive search has been mounted by police and volunteers since then.
Libby, who is originally from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, was last seen on Thursday January 31 when she got a taxi home from a nightclub.
Officers have said she was dropped off near her home at 11.29pm and was seen around 10 minutes later near a bench on Beverley Road, where a motorist stopped to offer help.
Earlier today, the mother of the missing university student was photographed hugging a police officer as the search entered its 10th day.
Lisa Squire and her husband Russ today attended a vigil for their missing daughter at Hull Community Church.
A large police van was also seen at the bottom of Raglan Street, less than half a mile from where Libby lived on Wellesley Avenue, with several officers walking in and out of a property.