Frances Smith named as woman who died after Keith fire

A woman who died after being evacuated from a property in Keith following a fire has been named by police.

Frances Smith, 62, became unwell after being moved from the property in Coopers Lane West in the early hours of Saturday. She died in hospital.

Two teenagers appeared in court on Monday charged with wilful fireraising.

Rory Gray and Cameron Thomson, both 18, from the moray area, were released on bail at Elgin Sheriff Court. Neither of them made a plea.

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