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Five charged with murder of Lancashire man

steven weare

7:01pm 13th September 2017
(Updated 6:19am 14th September 2017)

Five men have been charged in Barbados over the death of a Lancashire businessman.

49 year old Steven Weare from Kirkham disappeared on the island three weeks ago.

The British car salesman, was last seen alive in Burger King’s car park at University Drive, Black Rock, St Michael on August 23.

The director of Fylde Motor Company, who was reportedly staying at Newcastle Plantation House in St John at the time, and had visited the island many times.

The five men held are accused of murder.

 

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