Kieran Crump Raiswell death: Man in court on murder charge

Kieran Crump Raiswell
Image caption Mr Crump Raiswell was attacked near a bus stop in Upper Chorlton Road

A Berkshire man has appeared in court accused of the murder of a teenager who was stabbed in a daylight street attack in Greater Manchester.

Imran Akhtar Hussain, 26, of Tilehurst Lane, Bracknell is charged with the murder of Kieran Crump Raiswell in Whalley Range on 16 January.

The student appeared at Trafford Magistrates' Court earlier.

Mr Hussain was remanded in custody to appear at Manchester Crown Court on Friday.

He was also charged with common assault by beating Paul Kershaw in Nottingham on 4 January.

No pleas were entered and he was remanded into custody.

Mr Crump Raiswell, who was about to start a degree at Sheffield Hallam University, was attacked near a bus stop on Upper Chorlton Road.

He was taken to hospital but died later from his injuries.

A post-mortem examination concluded he had died from a stab wound to the chest.

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