A 58-year-old prisoner has been charged with three murders in Shropshire after a cold case review.
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Prisoner facing three murder charges in Shropshire

A 58-year-old prisoner has been charged with three murders in Shropshire after a cold case review.

Robin Ligus from Shrewsbury, serving a life sentence for murdering a man during a burglary in the victim's home in 1994, will appear in court in Birmingham on 23 September.

He has been charged with the murders of Trevor Bradley, Brian Coles and Bernard Czyzewska, all in 1994.

Ligus was due for consideration for release next year.

Ben Godfrey reports.

  • 17 Sep 2010