A third man charged over the death of Michael Paul Pruiti has made a brief appearance in court charged over his alleged murder.
Daniel Michael Marchesano, 19, appeared in Perth Magistrate's Court charged with murder over the death of Mr Pruiti whose remains were discovered in bushland at Karragullen earlier this month.
Mr Marchesano, of Pickering Brook, was wearing a white t-shirt and black pants and was not required to plead to the charge.
Three women in the public gallery appeared upset as Mr Marchesano made a brief appearance in court.
His court appearance comes a day after two other men appeared in court charged over Mr Pruiti's death.
Mr Pruiti, 31, was last seen in Forrestfield on October 23, and after his bank account was not touched and family not contacted, police said they were treating his disappearance as a homicide.
After his car was found burnt out in bushland at Mundaring Weir, Mr Pruiti's remains were then found in bushland at Karragullen earlier this month.
Ben Mansfield, 33, appeared in Perth Magistrates Court yesterday charged with Mr Pruiti's murder.
He was not required to plead to the charge and was remanded in custody.
Christian Gillmore, 32, faced a charge of being an accessory after the murder and was also remanded in custody.
Mr Mansfield, Mr Gillmore and Mr Marchesano have all been remanded in custody to appear before the Stirling Gardens Magistrate's Court in January.