Ronald James Edwards, who is accused in the 1976 murder of Pauline Brazeau, has seen his case moved to January 30.

The 74-year-old Sundre resident was arrested in November after historic DNA evidence connected him to the death of 16-year-old Brazeau

She was last seen leaving a Calgary restaurant, and her body was discovered hours later near Cochrane.

Edwards faces charges of non-capital murder. He has yet to make an appearance in court. 

The matter has been adjourned to Cochrane Provincial Court until January 30.