Thomas Main appears in court over Francis McGraw murder

Francis McGraw Francis McGraw's body was found at his flat in Hermiston Road, in Glasgow's Springboig area

A man accused of murdering the brother of gangland figure Tam McGraw has made his first public appearance in court.

Thomas Main is charged with fatally stabbing Francis McGraw, 55, whose body was found at his flat in Springboig, Glasgow, on 27 October last year.

Mr Main faces other charges of stealing coffee jars and household items from a shop and breaching a bail curfew.

At the High Court in Glasgow, the case against the 41-year-old was adjourned until a further preliminary hearing.

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