Three charged over man’s death

Zane Meyer. Picture: CHANNEL SEVEN

By Brendan Rees

Missing Persons Squad detectives have charged a further two people with murder over the death of a 26-year-old man, whose body was found in Lysterfield.

Court documents revealed Nicole Anthea Anderson, 37, from Cranbourne, was charged on Friday 19 June over the death of Zane Meyer from Oakleigh after police found his body at a semi-rural area near Nixon Road on 17 June.

Police have since charged a 33-year-old North Melbourne man and a 30-year-old man of no fixed place of address with murder. The pair will face Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 25 June.

Ms Anderson, who was remanded in custody following her murder charge, faced the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Friday 19 June but did not apply for bail. Her next hearing will be held on 11 September.

Court documents show police accuse Ms Anderson of murdering Mr Meyer sometime between 11 May and 13 May at Oakleigh, about 20 kilometres west of Lysterfield.

Mr Meyer was last seen on 11 May and had been reported as a missing person.

Upon discovering Mr Meyer’s body five weeks ago, police immediately treated his death as suspicious.

Police say detectives are continuing their investigations and are seeking to speak to anyone who may have information relating to this matter.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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