Detectives investigating a murder in Boston have released more details about the man they believe to be the victim.
Marcin Stolarek, who was 41 and originally from Poland, was found in the South Forty Foot Drain on Chain Bridge Road, Boston, on Sunday, January 12.
As previously reported, it is believed the victim died as a result of a sustained assault before his body was then disposed of in the waterway.
Two people, Adam Kaminski and Justyna Swiatek both aged 26 and of Union Court, Boston, are both accused of murdering Marcin Stolarek.
Adam Maksajda, 33, of no fixed address, also appeared in the dock accused of perverting the course of justice in relation to the murder.
All three appeared before Lincoln Magistrates earlier on Monday.
Judge John Pini QC adjourned the case for a plea and trial preparation hearing on February 21. A provisional trial date was set for June 29.
There were no applications for bail and the three defendants were each remanded in custody.
Lincolnshire Police previously said the victim is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighs 11 to 13 stone, has size nine feet, a nine-centimetre scar under his chin, a fading tribal tattoo on his right shoulder and has had dental work to the top row of his teeth. The man was also found wearing blue New Balance trainers, Puma jogging bottoms and a Fishbone branded T-shirt.