A third man has been arrested and charged with the murder of Greenbushes man Raymond Smith. Police launched an appeal for information on the whereabouts of James Terence Hunt last Tuesday afternoon before he was brought into custody on Wednesday morning and charged the following day. He appeared in Bunbury Magistrates Court on Thursday, and was refused bail. His case was adjourned to Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on January 24, when he will appear via video link. The two other men who have been charged with Mr Smith’s murder — Boyanup man Paul Douglas May and Bridgetown man Kevin Allan Craig Potter — are also slated to appear in the same court later this month. During a media conference in Bunbury last week, homicide squad detective Sen-Sgt Greg McDonald confirmed there was an association between the trio, but refused to comment on any further details, including if they were known to Mr Smith. Mr Smith, 68, was last seen in his home town on December 7 and was reported missing 11 days later. The homicide squad took charge of the investigation into his disappearance, confirming it was being treated as suspicious on January 2. Mr Smith’s body was found in bushland near his home in the following days.