The men charged with the murder of Clarendon school teacher, Natalie Dawkins, were remanded in custody when they appeared in the Clarendon Parish Court today.

Presiding judge Aniel Coote-Guniess advised the men to seek legal aid for their next court date.

The two men 20-year-old, Eladio Goulbourne, and 19-year-old, Mario Headley.

They are to return to court on September 13.

The two have been charged with murder, abduction, burglary, illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition, and assault with intent to rape.

Ms. Dawkins, a grade-three teacher at Four Paths Primary and Junior High School, was reported missing on Tuesday, March 30.

Investigations led search teams to a shallow grave in Sandy Bay on Thursday, April 8, where her decomposed remains were found.