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Two Derby men charged over murder in Bulkington

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Image caption David Gower was found dead in an outbuilding at the back of a house in Rugby Road

Two Derby men have been charged with murder over the death of a 37-year-old man in Warwickshire.

David Gower was shot and stabbed in a large wooden outbuilding at a house in Rugby Road, Bulkington, on 26 June.

Mark Francke, 42, and Harold Hurst, 46, who both live in Seymour Close, have also been charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.

Three men, arrested in July, have already been charged in relation to the death.

Mr Francke and Mr Hurst are due to appear before magistrates in Nuneaton later.

Garry John Thomas Rahim, 39, from Amstrong Avenue in Coventry, and Colin David Potter, 44, from Hipswell Highway, in Coventry, have already been charged with murder while 45-year-old Seymour George Young, from Old Street, in London, has been charged with conspiring to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.

All three have been remanded in custody.

A fourth man, aged 27, also arrested in July, remains on police bail, pending further enquiries.

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