A woman is to appear before a special sitting of Limerick District Court at 1pm this afternoon, charged in connection with the death of a Polish marathon runner.
Michal Rejmer's body was discovered concealed under plastic sheeting, two pallets and bags of turf, at a garden at his home in Castletroy, Limerick, last Friday.
Mr Rejmer, 38, originally from Radom, Poland, had been reported missing on January 6th from his home in The Pines, Briarfield, Castletroy, Co Limerick, after he was last seen on December 30.
A post mortem on Mr Rejmer's body was carried out yesterday by State Pathologist Professor Marie Cassidy.
Gardaí are not releasing details of the post mortem, however it Is understood Mr Rejmer suffered a violent death.
He was working in McDonald’s in the Castletroy area of Limerick and had been living in the city for the past ten years.
Mr Rejmer was a popular member of Dooneen Athletics Club and had run several marathons including the Dublin City Marathon.
Gardaí sealed off his house for a forensic examination and two people - a male and a female - were "assisting gardaí with their enquiries".
A friend Andrzej Kanios, posted on Facebook: "Thanks to everyone that has helped throughout the last few days."
"Michal has been found, unfortunately not the way we all hoped and expected. RIP to Michal we will miss you."