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The man accused of killing nine-year-old Charlise Mutten while the schoolgirl was holidaying in the Blue Mountains has been charged with additional offences.

New South Wales police charged Justin Stein with possessing an unauthorised and unregistered firearm, possessing ammunition without a licence and aggravated break and enter in company at Silverwater correctional facility yesterday.

The 31-year-old was also charged with possessing child abuse material which is linked to unrelated matters.

Justin Stein, 31, has been charged with the murder of Charlise Mutten.
The partner of Charlise Mutten’s mother, Justin Stein, has been charged with her murder. (Supplied)

The charges come as the investigation into Charlise’s alleged murder continues.

The Queensland schoolgirl was reported missing after holidaying at Stein’s family estate in Mount Wilson on January 14.

Charlise Mutten, 9, is currently missing from Mt Wilson.
Charlise Mutten, 9, disappeared from Mt Wilson in the Blue Mountains in January. (NSW Police)

Her body was found in a barrel on the banks of the Colo River, in the Central Tablelands, on Tuesday 18 January.

Stein was arrested later that day at a unit in Surry Hills.

He is due to appear before Penrith Local Court today.

The investigation continues.

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