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A man charged with murdering his former partner looks set to stand trial over her death.

Mark Charles Hill, 54, is charged with murdering Bullsbrook woman Roma Pollitt in August last year.

Mr Hill, who is also facing a charge of pursuing another with an intent to intimidate under circumstances of aggravation, appeared by video link in the Stirling Garden’s Magistrate’s Court where he was committed to stand trial in the Supreme Court.

Ms Pollitt was found dead on the kitchen floor of her Bullsbrooks home in August by neighbours who went to check on her.

It is understood Ms Pollitt and Mr Hill were previously in a relationship.

Mr Hill, who is in custody at Casuarina Prison, will appear in the Supreme Court on March 25.

The West Australian

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