A man arrested in over the disappearance of university student Libby Squire has denied a dozen unrelated charges as he appeared in court on Monday.
Pawel Relowicz appeared at Hull Crown Court over five counts of burglary, three counts of voyeurism, three counts of outraging public decency and one of receiving stolen goods.
He is also accused of stealing items including sex toys, underwear, condoms, photographs, electronic equipment and cash at five burglaries in the city between 2017 and 2019, and receiving a stolen mobile phone in November last year.
Speaking through a Polish interpreter, he denied all 12 charges.
Relowicz was arrested on suspicion of abduction after 21-year-old Squire vanished on February 1, and remains under investigation.
The 24-year-old, of Raglan Street, Hull, has never been charged with anything in relation to the student’s disappearance.
Magistrates’ court hearings were previously told that some of the outraging public decency charges accuse Relowicz of “having your penis out”.
He is also accused of masturbating in Wellesley Avenue, where Squire’s student house is located, on January 19 this year.