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Police building case in murder mystery

AAP logoAAP 6/11/2016 Ed Jackson

Police are still pulling together their case in the cross-border murder mystery that involves a woman's remains found burnt on the side of a dirt road.

The charred remains of Logan woman Sabrina Bremer were discovered in northern NSW on August 18 by a passing motorist.

A man and a woman, Joshua Mundy and Rachel Wheatley, have since been charged with the 34-year-old's murder.

Another man, Jade Nielsen, is facing a charge of being an accessory after the fact in the murder.

None of the trio appeared at Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Monday as their cases were briefly mentioned.

The court heard the interstate nature of the investigation was causing a delay in the preparation of a brief of evidence.

Detectives from NSW are expected to provide their Queensland colleagues with exhibits by November 14.

The matters have been adjourned until January 25 for a committal mention.

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